Hello, everyone, and welcome to this week’s edition of Ask Us Anything, often known as AUA, in which we will answer some of the questions that you guys have submitted over the internet. In the current segment, we are going to discuss the Instax Mini 11 and whether or not it is worthwhile to get it, or if you would be better off purchasing an earlier model such as the Instax Mini 8. And if you possess the bean-shaped Samsung Galaxy Buds Live headphones, were you aware that there is an appropriate method for you to clean them?
How to clean the Samsung Galaxy Buds Live
To properly clean your Galaxy Buds Live, you must first gently remove the wingtip. Keep in mind that you shouldn’t put too much power into it since you run the risk of accidently damaging it. The next step is to get a cotton bud and use it to clean the earbuds, removing any debris like as dust or dirt. In the event that you do not have any cotton swabs available, you may use use a gentle dry cloth to wipe away any dust that may be on the earphones. When cleaning the earphones, you should steer clear of using anything with hard bristles, such as a metal or wire brush, since the earbuds might get damaged.
You may also use the cotton swab or the cloth to clean the charging contacts and sensors that are located on both of the earbuds, in addition to the contacts that are located inside the charging case. When you are finished, just reattach the wingtip to the earbuds using the included screws. That’s all there is to it!
Should you get the Instax mini 11?
Therefore, if you have not seen Dzamira’s review of the Instax mini 11 yet, you should make it a point to do so as soon as possible since it is a lot of fun to watch.
The Instax mini 11 BTS Butter edition, which is the model that Dzamira tested, retails for a whooping RM488; in comparison, the standard Instax mini 11 can be purchased for just RM335. The difference is significant, and if you are thinking about purchasing the most recent and best technology, I strongly urge that you get the standard Instax mini 11 instead, since doing so would allow you to save RM153. However, appearances aside, the Instax mini 11 is a really good instant film camera for its price point. The photographs have an excellent appearance, as well as an exceptional clarity and sharpness.
However, if you are searching for something that is less expensive, you could want to think about the earlier model of the Instax Mini 9, which costs RM225. Personally, I have not yet experimented with this model, but I have used an Instax small 8 camera. The photographs taken with the Mini 8 have a more nostalgic quality to them. It may not be as clear as the Instax mini 11, but I believe it looks pretty amazing since it has this really old school vibe to it. Personally, I think the Instax mini 11 looks better. You will, in addition to all of that, be able to save a significant amount of money.
Apple iOS 15.4 update is now available for iPhone 12 users and above
Users are now able to unlock their iPhones even while they have face masks on, according to the newly released iOS 15.4 update. This is only accessible to users who are running iOS 12 or later on their iPhones. After hearing about the upgrade, I couldn’t wait to experiment with the newly added functionality.
You are no longer need to use your password to unlock your iPhone, which is a huge time saver since entering a passcode is a laborious process. This makes it a very useful feature. On the other hand, I came to the conclusion that it is not flawless. It only works when held at a certain angle, but the vast majority of the time, I am successful in unlocking my phone, which is a wonderful perk.
And in case you were unaware, there is still another method to rapidly unlock your iPhone while you are wearing a mask, and that method is to use an Apple Watch.