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why does my iPhone charger keep breaking?

April 13, 2016 nathan tibble

Ever come across a broken iPhone charging cable? You’re certainly not alone, but we have solution that will help you avoid a broken iPhone Lightning cable in the future.  Most of us use are iPhone when they are on charger, this causes the cable to bend at both sides slowly breaking your charger and eventually your end up having too splash out on a brand new one, only for that to break a few weeks later and splashing out again. TheRightCharger.co.uk have the solution, a Right Angle lightning iPhone Charger. The 4 foot chargers feature a right angled tip which reduces strain on the...


iPhone SE review

April 13, 2016 nathan tibble

Design and display The iPhone SE is an exact clone of the older 5S. It is difficult to spot the differences as there's hardly any. However, it is slightly slimmer and lighter. The comfort of a smaller phone is something only stubborn users of iPhone 4, 4S, 5 and 5S users will reckon. There is still a substantial percentage of such users in the country and especially globally. Also, there are several iPhone 6 users who wants to go back to the smaller version. For them, the prowess of latest iPhone 6S in the body of 5S is indeed a...


iPhone dominating Android more than ever among teens

April 13, 2016 nathan tibble

Are teens increasingly conservative? In the context of phones, this seems to be the case. Every six months Piper Jaffray performs an extensive survey -- called Taking Stock With Teens -- among the slightly rough-chinned and excitable members of our next great generation. They ask the deep and vexing questions.  Which fashion brands do they love? (Lululemon, apparently.) But what about gadgets? Has Android finally begun to make inroads into Apple's historic teen dominance? It seems not. Sixty-nine percent of the approximately 6,500 teens, average age 16.5, surveyed for this spring survey are iPhone owners -- up a point from...

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