What is a refurbished phone? Refurbished phones come under either one of two categories- a faulty phone sent back to the company or one sold on from the previous owner, usually not in the original packaging, with any repairs and damages restored back to original working order. If you have purchased the phone from a […]
When choosing mobile phone insurance, it can be difficult to decide which insurance is right for you. You may already have been made aware that you can insure your phone through your home or contents insurance, your bank, through your mobile network or directly through a pure play provider. However, some of these insurers […]
Whether it’s to capture moments and create memories, Shazam the best songs you’ve heard or check what stage and when your favourite artists are playing, your smartphone is often a useful and convenient tool at festivals. So, with festival season upon us, we are giving you some tips on how to make sure your phone […]
If you have recently invested in or upgraded to an iPhone X, you may be trying to find your way around your new device, discovering the new and wonderful ways to navigate the latest Apple release. We’ve put together a short compilation of tips, tricks and shortcuts you may not have come across yet.
We understand how much gadgets are used on holiday. Whether it’s using your tablet to watch a film by the pool, using your phone to take your holiday pictures or find directions, it’s vital your gadgets are protected while you travel. Protect from liquid damage: Whether it’s from the pool, the sea or spilled drinks, […]
Following one of the biggest events in the smartphone calendar, eager consumers can now get their hands on what’s said to be one of the best handsets of 2018. As of today, March 16, the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ are now on sale worldwide. The latest smartphones from the Korean electronics giant are available to buy outright or on contract with all major carriers. But how much does it cost? What’s changed? And how does it compare to other smartphones on the market?
As National Apprenticeships Week draws to a close, Shoeburyness-based business, loveit coverit, is pleased to reveal that the four individuals brought through the business under an apprenticeship scheme have all chosen to progress their careers with the company, taking on permanent roles in different areas. The 12-month scheme, run with registered Apprenticeship Training Providers, Key […]
loveit coverit, one of the market’s leading specialist mobile phone and gadget insurers, recently picked up the Trusted Service Award for a second year running, as a result of consistently high customer reviews. Feefo works with over 4,000 brands, collecting ratings and reviews from verified customers, to help businesses make better decisions and deliver exceptional […]
With a starting price of £999, the iPhone X is arguably the most expensive phone currently on the market and it seems as though other smartphone providers are following suit.
Unfortunately, higher price tags on the latest handsets also means that repair costs are increasing.
Without iPhone insurance you’re likely to be left severely out of pocket should something unexpected happen to your device. A brand new replacement iPhone will set you back at least a few hundred pounds. Buying a restored device may seem like a sound investment, until you realise the phone has had a low quality restoration. There’s nothing worse than paying twice for a new phone when an iPhone insurance policy from loveit coverit could have saved you the money and the hassle.
It’s been ten years since the iPhone was introduced. To put that into context, Tony Blair resigned as Prime Minister, people could still smoke in restaurants, pubs and offices, and Leona Lewis spent 10 weeks at the top of the music charts. Elsewhere, Apple was revolutionising the world of mobile phones.
Recently, Samsung has been in the spotlight for all the wrong reasons. The scandal surrounding the exploding Note 7s has dominated the company’s news since September and dealt a major blow to its reputation, with Samsung permanently halting production of the Galaxy Note 7.
February might usually be associated with pancakes, but as us mere mortals crack open the eggs and grease our pans, those at Samsung are busy preparing for MWC 2016. And with it, we assume, the unveiling of the new Samsung Galaxy S7. It’s become a tradition to use the annual event to showcase the latest model, with a release date following shortly after, and this year looks set to be no different.
Apple’s Find My iPhone can be something of a lifesaver in the unfortunate event that your phone gets lost or stolen, helping you to locate and protect your device. When it comes to damages however, it can actually slow down your repair. If the application is active, it can cause delays in our repair centre, and we don’t want you to be parted from your beloved device for any longer than you do! Luckily it’s usually fairly straightforward to deactivate:
From identifying songs to managing your thermostat, yes our phones can do more than they used to, but this “doing more” takes up more of our data too. And that can lead to nasty surprise bills; something nobody needs in January. If your Android device is gobbling up more mobile data than you can afford, then give these tips a try.
We’ve all felt the frustration of a slow desktop; the silent rage that the loading circle induces. But the same can happen with your smartphone. They are essentially miniature computers so it makes sense that they will in time slow down in terms of performance. Luckily, there are ways to speed up your smartphone.
An estimated 18 million of us upgrade our mobile phones every year in the UK. If you’re among them, have you considered what will happen to your old phone once you get your hands on your new device? Whether you choose to sell it, donate to charity or pass it on to a friend, it’s really important to make sure you’ve wiped it first.
We recently brought you some tips on how to improve the battery life of your android phone, and we know how much you love your iPhones (we were there in the queue with some of you after all), so we’ve shared some more advice on prolonging the battery life of your iPhones too.
For all the technical wizardry that today’s smartphones boast, there’s nothing smart about a battery that doesn’t see you through the day. Whilst the new Google Nexus phones appear to have made a bit of a battery breakthrough, there are a number of things that those of us who aren’t planning to splash out on the new handsets can do to prolong the life of our beloved devices.
It’s not just Apple and Google battling it out for smartphone supremacy; Samsung just got involved too. Spoilt for choice if you’re considering a new handset, the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus has just made your decision that bit harder. Labelled as the S6 Edge on steroids, it boasts a huge screen and excellent camera as its standout features.
If you weren’t happy with your washing powder, you’d probably try a new brand. Bored of your morning cereal? Chances are you’d start looking for a new one. Mobile phones have become an everyday part of our lives too, so if you’re not happy with your current deal, it make sense to shop around. If you’re considering switching networks, make sure you keep our top tips in mind.
There was so much speculation in the build up to last week’s Apple launch, that we half expected the new iPhone to arrive complete with its own cape and superhero powers. Whilst it does boast some impressive new features, it seems unlikely at this stage to be able to make you invincible. Nevertheless, we thought it might be interesting to take a look at just how many of these rumours materialised.
Every generation of parents faces a new challenge that those before them had the pleasure not to contend with. For the modern day parent, this challenge is technology. However, it is possible to feel confident of your child’s wellbeing- we’ve put together five things to consider when allowing your child their own mobile.
Nomophobia is said to be the phobia of the technological age. Originally coined after a YouGov study of the topic, studies have shown that around 54 per cent of us have experienced it at one point or another. Defined as a fear caused by losing your phone, running out of battery or having no network coverage – nomophobia is said to be that pit-of-your-stomach feeling when you suddenly realise you are out of mobile phone contact.
The most common way to damage your mobile phone is by liquid damage. Have a chuckle and read some of these unfortunate, but hilarious stories.
Samsung make the best looking smartphones, don’t they? Take a look at the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge launched at the MWC event in Barcelona. Already available to pre-order with the release date due in April, these seamless, sleek and ultra-thin phones are sensational.
Xiaomi are dominating their homeland and are better known as ‘China’s Apple’. They rank No.3 in the Most Innovative Companies 2014 by Fast Company, having reinvented the smartphones business model in the world’s largest mobile market, in such a short period of time too.