The Display of the New iPhone 13 cannot be Replaced in Regular Repair Shops 

The display of the iPhone 13 cannot be changed by normal repair service providers without losing the Face ID function, new studies have uncovered.

According to a report by the YouTube channel, Phone Repair Guru, the display of the new iPhone 13 cannot be replaced by a repair shop. If users go ahead with this replacement medium, the Face ID biometric function will then be deactivated because Apple has fitted the display with a dongle.

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Phone Repair Guru shows in a video that owners of the new iPhone would likely have to go to Apple or an authorized repair center to have a broken display repaired. This new incompatibility is very likely to be tailed by backslashes, since the display is one of those smartphone components that often damages through carelessness.

The video shows that other components of the iPhone 13 can be easily repaired: such as the microphone and the ambient light and proximity sensors can be replaced.

The specialists are of the opinion that it is possible with tricks to carry out the display repair anyway. However, some chips would then have to be replaced, which could be too complicated and expensive for most repair shops.

It was only in May 2021 that the US consumer protection agency FTC (Federal Trade Commission) criticized Apple for its repair practice.

Apple uses digital protective measures on many of its components, which can lead to problems when installing a new component. Even when installing a display from another iPhone, the true tone function no longer works.

Twitter Now Allows Donation on its Platform Using Bitcoin

With the Chinese government putting a heavy toll on the progress of the internet favorite currency with never ending daily sanctions, Twitter continues to beam its bullish ray of light, one of the reasons the token is remaining afloat.

Jack Dorsey, the CEO of Twitter, is a strong supporter of Bitcoin, and recently, the company announced a feature that allows the social network to support digital currencies for donations.

As a reminder, the donation feature on Twitter has been beta tested for a while. This allows creators to put a donation button on their profiles, and this button can be used by followers to support them.

In additional good news, this feature called “Tips”, is now available to everyone.

Whether you want to tip your favorite account because you love their comments, send love to an emerging comedy creator for their hilarious Tweets, help a small business owner get through a tough time, give to an important cause – whatever you want to support (and we know you already have some ideas), Tips is here to help you do that, ” the platform announcement read.

Currently, the services supported by this voucher button on Twitter are Bandcamp, Cash App, Chipper, Patreon, Razorpay, Wealthsimple Cash and Venmo. On the other hand, Twitter will add two more services GoFundMe and PicPay, a mobile payment service used in Brazil.

But in addition to these payment services, Twitter will also support … Bitcoin. The rumor had been circulating for a while and today it’s official.

Through the Strike app, which allows Bitcoin payments to be made via the Bitcoin Lightning Network, Internet users will be able to donate bitcoin for their favorite creators.

However, at this time, support for Strike is only offered in two countries – the United States and El Salvador, which recently made Bitcoin its legal tender.

Twitter is also interested in NFTs

In addition, we also learn that Twitter is working on support for NFT or Non Fungible Token. As the TechCrunch site explains, the microblogging platform wants to support the authentication of these virtual goods on its app.

And still to support creators, Twitter also plans to create a support fund for audio creators ( Twitter already offers an equivalent of Clubhouse called Spaces). Details have not yet been provided, but the goal is to give financial and technical support to these creators.

These features are not unique to Twitter, as similar funds already exist on other social networks, in order to finance the best creators.

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