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Some iPhone 15 Users Complain of Ongoing Bluetooth Issues

Some iPhone 15 Users Complain of Ongoing Bluetooth Issues

Some iPhone 15 users have been experiencing ongoing Bluetooth connection issues that have persisted since the new devices launched, based on complaints on the Apple Support Community and the MacRumors forums. Affected customers are having trouble keeping their iPhones connected to older Bluetooth devices such as in-car systems or headphones that rely on the technology. From the MacRumors forums: Since ios 17 I have been having frequent disconnects in my car (no carplay. BMW 2014) bluetooth for calls. I make a hands free call in my car and after a few seconds bluetooth disconnects and I have manually switch to the speaker in my Iphone. I have had this car since new and I switch iphones almost every year and usually the release x.0 has some bluetooth problems, but now 2 major releases for ios 17 and the issue is not solved. Another iphone 12 does not have the problem in my car. Many of the complaints come from ‌iPhone 15‌ users who are attempting to connect their iPhones to Bluetooth headphones, car systems, and …

Michael Strahan shares heartfelt update on daughter Isabella’s ongoing battle with brain tumor

Michael Strahan shares heartfelt update on daughter Isabella’s ongoing battle with brain tumor

Michael Strahan recently shared a heartfelt update about his daughter Isabella’s ongoing battle with a brain tumor, revealing the challenges she has faced since starting chemotherapy.  Speaking on Good Morning America’s co-anchors Robin Roberts and George Stephanopoulos, Michael detailed a particularly tough period following a fever that led to an unexpected hospital stay.  “The last three days have been a little rough,” he explained, noting the fever’s persistence and the concern it sparked.  Initially expecting a brief hospital visit, Isabella’s stay extended to three days, with hopes of her returning home soon.  © GMAMichael visits his daughter in hospital Michael, at 52, expressed how difficult it has been to watch his 20-year-old daughter endure such hardships, but he emphasized her resilience, describing Isabella as a “tough young lady.” Isabella herself has been open about her journey, offering a candid look into her experience with chemotherapy through her YouTube vlog.  © InstagramIsabella had to relearn how to walk In an episode released on Wednesday, likely filmed before her latest hospitalization, she did not shy away from …

Gaza’s Health System Hanging by a Thread Amid Ongoing Hostilities, Restrictions

Gaza’s Health System Hanging by a Thread Amid Ongoing Hostilities, Restrictions

Geneva —  The World Health Organization warns that Gaza’s health system is hanging by a thread as health facilities throughout the Palestinian enclave cease to function, restrictions to access increase, medical supplies dwindle and cuts in other humanitarian aid essential for patient care grow. Gaza’s Nasser Hospital in Khan Younis, where an Israeli military operation is ongoing, is one of the latest casualties. WHO, together with the U.N. Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), and the Palestine Red Crescent Society, recently conducted a high-risk mission to the medical facility to bring fuel and other essential supplies and evacuate patients in danger from the facility. “The transfer of patients was requested by the hospital staff after the facility became nonfunctional following a military raid February 14, after a week-long siege,” WHO spokesman Tarik Jasarevic said Tuesday. “Weak and frail patients were transferred amidst active conflict near the aid convoy. Road conditions hindered the swift movement of ambulances, placing the health of patients at further risk,” he said. Rik Peeperkorn, WHO representative for the Occupied …

Strictly’s Amy Dowden unexpectedly rushed to hospital amid ongoing cancer treatment

Strictly’s Amy Dowden unexpectedly rushed to hospital amid ongoing cancer treatment

For free real time breaking news alerts sent straight to your inbox sign up to our breaking news emails Sign up to our free breaking news emails Strictly Come Dancing professional Amy Dowden has shared that she unexpectedly ended up in the respiratory unit last week amid her ongoing treatment for breast cancer. The 33-year-old Welsh dancer, who first joined the cast of Strictly in 2017, announced that she could no longer compete in the BBC show after she was diagnosed with stage three breast cancer in May 2023. She has since undergone a mastectomy, chemotherapy and fertility treatment. On Monday, Dowden took to Instagram to update fans on her condition after an unexpected trip to the hospital’s respiratory unit. She captioned the photos of herself in hospital: “So last week didn’t exactly go to plan. Feeling much better now and still taking it easy. “But can’t thank the NHS and the care I received on the respiratory unit enough. Also to my family and Ben of course. Always dropping everything and spending endless hours …

Light aircraft crashes near town in Malaysia’s Selangor; search operation ongoing

Light aircraft crashes near town in Malaysia’s Selangor; search operation ongoing

KUALA LUMPUR: A light aircraft has crashed near Kapar, a town in Selangor, the Civil Aviation Authority of Malaysia (CAAM) said on Tuesday (Feb 13). In a statement, CAAM chief executive officer Captain Norazman Mahmud said that two people including the pilot were on board the aircraft that crashed near the town in Selangor’s Klang district. “Their conditions have yet to be confirmed,” he said. The Air Accident Investigation Bureau under the Ministry of Transport will investigate the incident, he added. According to Captain Norazman, the aircraft, operated by Air Adventure Flying Club, departed from Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport in Subang, Selangor, at 1.28pm (5.28am GMT) for a recreational flight. The aircraft was a Blackshape BK160 Gabriel with the registration code I-POOC. “Last contact made by the aircraft with air traffic control was at 1.35pm, however, there was no distress call received,” Captain Norazman said. The Kuala Lumpur Aeronautical Rescue Coordination Centre at the Kuala Lumpur Air Traffic Control Centre was immediately activated to determine the location of the aircraft, he added. Source link

Maps of the the ongoing volcanic eruptions in Grindavik, Iceland

Maps of the the ongoing volcanic eruptions in Grindavik, Iceland

At 6 a.m. Thursday, a new eruption occurred on the Reykjanes Peninsula of Iceland. It is the second eruption to occur on the island this year and the third in the past three months. Eyjafjallajökull volcano erupted in 2008 Eyjafjallajökull volcano erupted in 2008 Eyjafjallajökull volcano erupted in 2008 Within hours, Icelandic media was reporting that Thursday’s fissure eruption was already subsiding, but damage was done with the lava crossing the main road that leads north, and a hot water pipe had been damaged. Residents have been asked to limit their electricity and hot water usage; temperatures were expected to be between 12 and 30 degrees Fahrenheit over the next two days. Hot water pipeline cut by lava Aerial image source: Iceland Civil Protection Hot water pipeline cut by lava Aerial image source: Iceland Civil Protection Hot water pipeline cut by lava Aerial image source: Iceland Civil Protection Hot water pipeline cut by lava Aerial image source: Iceland Civil Protection The pattern of eruptions in this area began in 2021, with a new eruption once …

The ongoing struggle to mobilize young Ukrainians to join up

The ongoing struggle to mobilize young Ukrainians to join up

New faces have recently joined the customers of Iryna Tchubaïn’s shooting range. Groups of young Ukrainians, some in couples, slipped in between sessions of regulars in this discreet venue, located beneath a shopping mall on the outskirts of Kyiv. “Young people with terrified faces,” said the manager, a former policewoman. Stas and Margherita, 30 and 26, were about to choose between a selection of assault rifles hanging on the walls on a Saturday afternoon. “That’s life,” declared the young woman loudly, her laugh tinged with despair as she explained her presence there. Her friend Stas conceded that he had come here for his first shooting experience because of the alarming statements made by the Ukrainian authorities calling on men to join the army. He said he was preparing “just in case,” rather than going to a recruitment office. “You have to familiarize yourself with weapons,” he said. “We have to be ready if, all of a sudden, it should be my turn to be mobilized.” Margherita, 26, practises shooting in Kyiv on January 20, 2024. …

TechScape: ‘Hot garbage’ or core protection? Inside Apple’s ongoing beef with the EU | Apple

TechScape: ‘Hot garbage’ or core protection? Inside Apple’s ongoing beef with the EU | Apple

Who owns the phone in your pocket? That’s the question at the heart of Apple’s latest battle with European regulators, and it doesn’t look as if it’s going to be settled any time soon. On Thursday, the company published its plan for how to comply with the European Union’s Digital Markets Act (DMA), a mammoth piece of legislation that seeks to break up the power of so-called “gatekeepers”: the massive (almost entirely American) technology companies whose stature warps whole industries. From our story: Under the changes, the US tech company will also give iPhone users a range of browsers to choose from as their default, allow the use of alternative payment systems to Apple Pay, and permit the installation of alternatives to its App Store, which could theoretically include the Google Play store. But there is a catch: for the first time, developers who take advantage of the option will be charged a flat fee per installation, overturning free-to-play business models and limiting the sorts of apps that can bypass the store. The six companies …

The GOP’s ongoing moral surrender to Trump

The GOP’s ongoing moral surrender to Trump

This is an edition of The Atlantic Daily, a newsletter that guides you through the biggest stories of the day, helps you discover new ideas, and recommends the best in culture. Sign up for it here. The elected officials who quietly defend Donald Trump’s immorality even though they know better are just as bad as the comically devoted Trump courtiers. First, here are three new stories from The Atlantic: Mushy Equivocations “I didn’t come here,” Senator Thom Tillis of North Carolina complained last week, “to have the president as a boss or a candidate as a boss. I came here to pass good, solid policy.” Tillis was referring to Republicans who were abandoning a deal on border security because they thought reaching a solution with President Joe Biden would hurt Trump’s electoral chances in the fall. It is immoral, Tillis added, to look “the other way because you think this is the linchpin for President Trump to win.” As Bruce Willis’s fictional cop John McClane would say: Welcome to the party, pal. In theory, Republicans …

Lorraine Kelly Addresses Ongoing This Morning Drama

Lorraine Kelly Addresses Ongoing This Morning Drama

Lorraine Kelly has weighed in on the ongoing drama surrounding her ITV daytime colleagues at This Morning. Last year, Phillip Schofield announced he would be leaving This Morning after more than 20 years, following reports in the press that he and co-host Holly Willoughby had fallen out behind the scenes. A week later, he confirmed he had resigned from ITV altogether, after admitting to having lied to bosses about an affair with a younger colleague on the daytime show. Holly then took an extended break from This Morning, and returned in the summer, only to resign from the show herself in October following an alleged plot to kidnap her. Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby in May 2023 Ken McKay/ITV/Shutterstock In the months since, This Morning has been fronted by a rotating team of guest presenters, which has included regulars Dermot O’Leary, Alison Hammond, Craig Doyle, Rochelle Humes and Josie Gibson, as well as guests like Cat Deeley, Ben Shephard and Rylan Clark. “If you’d told me at the start of [last] year that Holly and …