iClever’s released an upgraded version of its BoostCube Dual USB Wall Charger, providing you with an inexpensive yet reasonably attractive charging option for your iPhone, iPad, and other USB electronic devices. Capable of supplying a total of 24W of power across its pair of 5V/2.4A USB ports, you’ll be able to recharge even two iPads simultaneously at the fastest speeds possible.
Folding prongs make the BoostCube easy to take with you for travel purposes, while the prongs are centered and lock into place well enough that you won’t have to worry about them folding up on your when you try to plug into a wall outlet. Global voltage capacity also means you can travel with it just about anywhere; although you’ll need to supply your own adapters for other international plug types, you won’t need to worry about transformers. iClever also includes its own Smart ID technology to recognize the connected device and supply the appropriate levels of power to help improve the lifespan of your device battery.
Stop trying to make this happen, Nintendo.
My love for Splatoon, Nintendo’s quirky take on a multiplayer FPS experience, is matched only by my desire to never play it with the default motion controls enabled. If you’re like me, and you’re eager to play all of the Global Testfire rounds this weekend, you’re going to want to quickly turn that mess off and go back to inking squid kids the way nature intended. Here’s how you do that.
When you see the weapon loadout screen, press the + button on your Joy-Con. You’ll be taken to the Splatoon 2 settings, where you can adjust things like color lock and camera settings.
Press A to move into the camera settings, scroll all the way to the bottom, and toggle Motion Control from On to Off.
This will keep Splatoon 2 in controller-only mode for the remainder of the Testfire. If you decide you’re brave enough to give motion controls another shot later, you can always come back here and turn this on.
Now get out there and spread bright colors everywhere!
Apple recently launched its new (PRODUCT) RED iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus
with a white front. While the new color gets rave reviews, many would have preferred Apple use a black front instead of the white.
YouTuber Danny Winget has posted a video revealing what this color combination actually looks like. In order to make the device a reality, Winget had to transfer over the logic board and Touch ID button from another Jet Black device as the two components are linked together.
Watch the video below and let us know which look you prefer in the comments!