Their so many adverts about wallpapers which are tempting to install some are sparkly, some are oceanic and some show raindrops and their all super beautiful ,so I went ahead to install one it was beautiful as first when you sweep your screen and you see nothing but beauty but 1hour later even without using my phone my battery was 40% it had consumed my battery just like it consumed my love to install it .Tell me what's your say do live wall papers consume battery ?

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bleach123
bleach123
Definitely those types of wallpapers consume battery faster than the steady ones. I tried using live wallpapers with all those moving objects and stuff which drained my battery from 100% to 80% in 2 or 3 hours. I was not using the phone at that time. Better select those wallpapers that are simple.
Melancholy
Melancholy
Because live wallpapers are animated and not static, it's constantly drawing resources from the GPC/CPU to run the process. Because this has to stay on all the time (otherwise the background will break/errors etc.) it makes the device work harder, forcing it to drain the battery quicker. It's such a shame they're so inefficient since I like live wallpapers too. I actually have them on my laptop and phone, but it's set to only run when it's plugged in so that I don't waste battery while I'm...
Joey Mercado
Joey Mercado
@Jaymalie , Good Day as the other members replied that YES I am agreeing with them that LIVE WALLPAPERS consume a lot of battery usage percentage it is because the phone is always seems to sue even though it is just a wallpaper but the animated features it has make your battery become less. I think it is much better to stay to simpler one , those wallpapers that are not moving It will saved your battery percentage and your battery as well because you will not repeatedly charge your battery...
I would like to ask the BestSmartphone forum members about their thought of what is the most and consider as Best Laptop for them, Including the Brands and Specifications of the product. Thank you..
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Kayel
Kayel
Asus.. It may not be the best but it depends on what you're using it for. They actually have strong value laptops. It can offer you wide range of varieties of model depending on your preference. For strong performance and long battery life you may opt for Zenbook 13 UX331UN, ROG Zephyrus for gaming not to mention its ultrathin and sleek design, and if you're after durability and sturdiness Flip 231SA.
kathness
kathness
Most of my classmates and friends in college use Asus. I don't know why but I really love the design of Asus laptops. They look really chic and simple at the same time. They have this minimalist design which looks really neat. I also have an Asus laptop and it still works up until now. It's an old model already but I think that just actually means the brand is indeed durable.
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Joey Mercado
Joey Mercado
I totally agree with you, As I mentioned also in this forum that I have also an ASUS Laptop and up to this now I do not have any issue regarding the product. Hoping that ASUS will keep the quality product when they are inventing and upgrading to new design :)
I have been using my iPhone 6 for 3 years now. I know for the fact that batteries on mobile phone wears out in time. I brought my phone in Apple service center, but the staff is hesitant to accept my phone to be checked because I bought it abroad. It should've been a free replacement if I bought my phone here in the Philippines. In addition, they have a service fee if they will open my phone, but they say it does not guarantee if they can fix it.

What I did was I have my batteries replaced outside Apple Store. I know it'll not be long lasting but they did it right away, and it's cheaper.

I wonder if that is really how Apple service center deal with this. Is it just here in my country or the same goes everywhere?
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Melancholy
Melancholy
Apple seems to like cutting corners a bit more than other companies, so I'm honestly not too surprised they didn't want to just because it came from abroad (perhaps they are concerned if your phone isn't legit?) and the service charge is definitely annoying. I've never heard of Apple stores rejecting phones just because it was from abroad, though (but then again I do live in Europe).

I'm pretty sure there isn't much difference between getting it done by Apple vs a third party though in...
Joey Mercado
Joey Mercado
@trendjing Yes you are right that batteries of any phone come to its limits and not be fully usable when time comes. But I was little bit shock that the Apple store you've gone to ask their assistance is not accepting your phone. :( @Melancholy may had point that it will be due to legibility issue but the representative may know if the Iphone is legit or not am I right? I think it's better to try some Apple Service center maybe it will be just on branch rules not to accept. I think that...

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