Tips to Help Cellphones Live in Bitter Cold

 

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Along with the surprise gifts in Christmas season, there also comes the bitter cold with snow, ice and biting wind. In most time, you are numbing, shivering and hard to breathe. You hate the cold. So do your cellphones.

When the temperature drops below freezing, your cellphones might not sense your touch and the battery dies faster. If it’s cold enough, the tech gears just shuts off. Smartphones are not built for the extreme cold.

Tips for touchscreen in cold weather
As we can see, when we wear some winter gears to keep ourselves warm and cozy, the inconvenience of operating the cellphones comes to us. Just put an easy case we happened to for example, when a call comes in, it is hard to swipe the screen and to answer it. Why? That is because those winter mittens and gloves won’t work on capacitive touch screen, which is the technology currently used on most smartphones and tablets. These screens depend on your body’s ability to conduct electricity to work, and a thick insulating layer of wool prevents the screen from receiving the signals from your taps and pokes.
There are inexpensive gloves that are made of special, conductive fabric on the top of the index fingers so you can touch the screen without fumbling around to take off protective gears.

Another suggestion for smartphones and tablets is a handheld stylus. It is absolutely better than a fuzzy finger if you need to do volumes of typing or work in the cold.

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Tips to avoid phone freeze
To keep cellphones from getting too chilly, you could put them inside pocket, where the phones can absorb some of your body heat. And that is best. If you do need to leave it behind, turn the phone off instead of just putting it to sleep.

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Tips for faster power lose
When your cellphones are working as usual but in cold weather, you would find they are running out of battery much faster. Apple has suggested 32° Fahrenheit as the lowest operating ambient temperature. Other phones are rated for much lower temperatures, and some can go as -4° Fahrenheit while in operation.

When lithium-ion batteries are exposed to cold temperatures, their performance suffers. When cold, a phone battery can drain faster than normal or it might say it has ample power remaining and then suddenly go dead. The problems are only temporary and the battery should behave normally when the device is brought back up to warmer temperatures.

If you’re depending on a phone to make outgoing calls in case of an emergency, such as, while driving on icy roads, it’s better for you to keep a back-up power source, power banks or car chargers. Here, EasyAcc and its products could be among your consideration. Varying from battery cells to different capacities and specifications of power banks and car chargers, EasyAcc could offer you a highest cost-effective one.

If you have more helpful and interesting tips for electronics in cold temperature, welcome to leave comments or send messages on Twitter and Facebook.

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