Apparently, Apple wants you to replace all your iPhone’s battery replacements with official channels.Apparently, Apple does not want you to replace the batteries in your iPhone XS, XS Max and XR. He began blocking the batteries in the phones by displaying a “Service” message every time a battery is replaced, according to iFixit disassembly specialists.
The message, which is in the iPhone configuration, generally indicates that your battery is degraded and needs to be replaced. IFixit tests revealed that even the message was transmitted by a completely new Apple battery. It appears on iPhones with iOS 12 and iOS 13 beta, iFixit said.The update will not reduce battery performance, but you will not be able to see the details of its status. The site compared this to a car with a “Check Oil” witness that only a Ford dealer can dispose of.
The only way to delete the message is to authenticate it with an authorized Apple service provider or an Apple Genius, which essentially forces you to use the battery through official channels and give money to Apple.
The changes made to Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus do not stop there. There are four rear cameras on the larger Note 10 Plus and no microSD card slot on the smaller Note 10. The S Pen has motion controls that allow you to explore the screens from afar. There is a larger battery and more RAM in the Note 10 Plus compared to the Note 10, and wireless charging is getting a little faster for both phones. (See full specifications at the end).
Samsung has also created a 5G version of the Galaxy Note 10 Plus that is identical in all aspects, with the exception of the internal modem that gives you access.