In this article, you will find a list of top handy features present in your iPhone that you probably haven’t heard of.
In case you missed the Samsung UNPACKED event on February 20, 2019 here's a quick video highlighting the product release and bit of the specs.
You are sitting in the café with your friend, whom you have not seen for a while as your busy life schedules take its toll. You have been looking forward to catching up with each other, and you finally managed to arrange a coffee date. As you sit down, taking off your coat, you place your phone on the table and consider your coffee options. You carry on chatting to your friend and think nothing more of it. Of course, why should you think more about it? Recently, this happened to me, except over coffee it was over a pint and it was not left unnoticed. My friend pointed out to me that he had read an article that we are unconsciously leaving our phones visibly in front of us. I looked at my phone and suddenly realised I always leave my phone visibly on the table. I quickly took my phone and put it in my bag, out of sight.
Everyone knows how wildly popular Apple emojis are. Products such as pillows, clothing, and home decor are making millions of dollars selling items with Apple emojis projected on it. Not too long ago, Apple released some new and obviously popular emojis. Teenagers and adults are absolutely obsessed with them. Recently on Twitter, I came across a post announcing some emojis that are in the process of being released with the next Apple update. There are going to be over 200 new emojis, including interracial couples and families. But people had some pretty interesting views with these five emojis made for people with disabilities specifically.
Digitally distracted. Those were the words that made me take the plunge and swap out the extension of my body that was my iPhone for a less-abled, less sexy, less functional "dumbphone."
I'm sure there's about a million articles on the endless battle between Android phones and iPhones. Especially with the brand new phones that came out recently. But before I go into it, here's a little bit of a background.
If you didn't think about any of the things to consider before buying a smartphone, you may run into major problems down the line. Apple products are great, but just like any tech company, they are not without their quirks and occasional issues. While Apple has a relatively convenient system in place for you to get repairs or replacements in person at Apple stores, plenty of small software troubles can be taken care of without having to resort to your warranty. Before contacting Apple, check out these simple iPhone fixes. Your issue may be easier to fix than you think!
This week I decided to update my mobile phone. I never buy anything without doing my research first. I may be a silver surfer, but I'm certainly no techno-phobe and I wanted a smart phone which would serve both my personal and business needs, with a few added extras. A better camera would be a bonus, as would a decent sound output so I could listen to music on the go. Work-wise, I wanted quick and easy access to my contacts by text, email, and social media. Security measures such as fingerprint and facial recognition would be cool, but not on my list of essentials.
There has always been a tough decision when it comes down to deciding which device you will dedicate your next two years to... iOS or Android OS?
Published about a year ago
In this day and age, everyone has some sort of mobile technology; whether it’s a phone, an iPod, e-reader, or laptop, most people have at least one. Adults aren’t always as technologically dependent as we “youngsters” are. The other day I was trying to teach my grandpa how to answer a text on his flip phone, and after about an hour he goes, “I fought in Vietnam and had to disable bombs, yet that is easier than learning how to text.” That got me, your average 20-year-old who probably can send ten texts a minute, thinking. Why is it that the older generations can live without technology, yet my peers and I can’t even put our phones down long enough to make our beds in the morning? I mean, you’d think that the older generations would want to get their hands on this new technology more than we do since they grew up without it. Yet, I’ve found that most of them would be just as happy to carry on as if technology never existed.
Published about a year ago
Wow! No "clickbait" here. Honestly, it's so sad to even think that one day this would be a "crisis."