Apple, a tech giant issues a stern warning to people who charge their iPhones while sleeping, telling them not to sleep next to their devices while charging.
The company has issued guidelines urging customers to exercise “common sense” to prevent situations where their skin comes into direct contact with the device or a charger.
The advisory advises against sleeping with a device, power adapter, or wireless charger, or tucking them under blankets, pillows, or placing them beneath your body when connected to a power source.
Instead, it encourages users to keep their iPhone, power adapter, and wireless charger in well-ventilated areas during use or charging, as reported by IANS.
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The advisory also stresses the importance of extra caution for individuals with physical conditions affecting their heat detection abilities. Furthermore, it recommends avoiding third-party chargers that may not safely provide the correct voltage for charging iPhones. Damaged cables, which could pose a safety risk during charging, should also be avoided.
Additionally, Apple cautions users not to use the power adapter in wet locations, such as near sinks, bathtubs, or shower stalls, and to avoid connecting or disconnecting the power adapter with wet hands.
Meanwhile, Apple has introduced new features, including subscription analytics, expanded Delegated Delivery partnerships, and Linkfire integration for its audio streaming service and media player application, ‘Apple Podcasts.’
According to a blog post by the tech giant, the subscription analytics feature in Apple Podcasts Connect allows creators to track how listeners engage with their premium subscriptions.
Creators can access valuable insights, including the number of listeners starting free trials, paid subscriptions, the conversion rate from free trial to paid subscription, and the estimated revenue generated from subscriptions, all within the updated Analytics tab.