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.