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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.