Yet another USB Tester with PC/MAC connectivity. This time using Bluetooth.
Application is old-shool and simple. It cannot resize to use full screen, cannot autodetect port to use, cannot show large graphs.
Yet another USB Meter. AVHzY CT-2 (ChargerLAB POWER-Z KT001, Kotomi Premium). It can both store curves offline or be used together with PC application.
not as good as ChargerLAB Power-Z KM001 has. Poor visualization and export options. But at least it has English language interface. Support site available at http://www.avhzy.com/
iPhone X got 1.5 times increased battery capacity in compare to iPhone 8 and now there is some difference appear in charging time using 12W and 29W Apple chargers. Also, standard USB port now charging more than 6 hours.
|PC Port USB 2.0||03:00:00||04:40:00||06:10:00|
|Apple 5W charger||01:25:00||02:05:00||03:25:00|
|Apple 12W charger||00:35:00||01:05:00||02:10:00|
|Apple 29W charger||00:30:00||00:55:00||01:55:00|
Using iPhone 8 with iOttie Qi Wireless car charger.
Use iOttie charger for about a month. I would say it is nice that there is no need to plug in cables any more. What is not that great is iPhone wireless charge speed. It is slow.
Charging iPhone using different chargers. Results time depends on charger a lot. Starting from long 4 hours charge using standard PC USB port with 5v 0.5A. Ending with 1h 40m using Apple 29W type-c charger with USB PD 14.7v 2A. Despite 29W charger is actually the best one it cost too much to use it as iPhone charger – 75$ (charger and cable). There is other option available for fast charge iPhone. Apple 12W iPad charger with 5.1v 2.4A. It is only ~20$. Same 1h 40m for 100% charge.
|PC Port USB 2.0||1:45:00||2:55:00||4:00:00|
|Apple 5W charger||0:52:00||1:25:00||2:20:00|
|Apple 12W charger (add 19$)||0:26:00||0:50:00||1:40:00|
|Apple 29W charger (add 49$ + 25$)||0:26:00||0:50:00||1:40:00|
Fast charging is actually happens only when battery is more or less empty. Charging from 80% to 100% may take same time that from 0% to 80%.
See charging current and voltage details on graphs below for all types of chargers
First look on iPhone 8 and iPhone 7 comparison shows that phones have more in common than differences.
iPhone 8 and iPhone 7 have same:
As usual a little bit faster than previous model. Little bit heavier. Same size. Compatible with existing accessories. iPhone 8 support charging with 14.7 volt (up to 80%, using Apple USB Type-C power adapter). But quick charge test shows more or less same charging time for both iPhone 7 and iPhone 8. Same need to use case because of bumping camera. Plus, another reason to use case with iPhone 8 is because of its glass back. It may be broken and it get dirty looks fast. Minus one reason for the case is less slip grip of iPhone 8. The phone is no longer try to fell from a hand all the time. When using a phone in case it is hard to say if it is iPhone 7 or iPhone 8. Screen scratch protection is still not perfect. Couple of days in pocket with coins and/or second phone – visible scratches. Same USB 2.0 wired sync speed. Type-C to Lightning cable is also USB 2.0 sync speed. Phone does not have Apple wireless charger yet, but Samsung and other Qi charges work for iPhone 8.
The article below is more like a memo to me about how to fast setup DevStack based private cloud on Ubuntu 16.04. It might take several hours or days solving all kind of issue related to different part of OpenStack and system configuration if start process without good stack knowledge. Or detailed step-by-step notes from previous successful installation. I hope it will save some hours for me next time.
wget http://ubuntu.volia.net/ubuntu-releases/xenial/ubuntu-16.04.3-server-amd64.iso dd if=ubuntu-16.04.3-server-amd64.iso of=/dev/sdb