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Probably the worst thing that can happen to your iPhone is water or liquid damage and this is becoming more and more common these days since we take our iPhones pretty much everywhere with us. What’s even worse is that Apple’s iPhone warranty doesn't cover liquid damage.
Do you have a problem dog or cat? Do you wonder what they get up to while you are out? Or maybe you come home and find a mess when you get home and wonder which of your animals is responsible. Or maybe you just want to keep an eye on your home while you are out for whatever reason. If you are one such person, then read on, this article is just for you.
Phone calls, games, utitlity apps, and social media. That’s what the majority of iPhone users utilise their iPhones for. They are essentially a small mobile computer, and offer so much flexibility and fun and use. Naturally, manufacturers have taken this to heart, and while producing their products, have incorporated the powerful application of the iPhone (and Android devices).
There are a million and one iPhone apps out there, and a billion and one iPhone app articles highlighting the best iPhone apps. The vast majority of these articles focus on the best free apps. The majority of us prefer the free apps, because they are...well....free.
Once people have got their iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus, one of the most common things they do is look at the accessories to see how they can make their phone a little more personal to them. Of course, accessories not only provide extra security, or enhance certain aspects of the phone, but they can also be used as an extra fashion statement.
The new iPhone generation has created a lot of excitement and anticipation. As the new operating system was launched alongside the devices, users of older generations upgraded to the latest OS so they could have the new look and feel on their phones. However, like many new software, this version was fraught with problems. Users were complaining of reduced battery life, poor display, and even wi-fi drop out.
Back in the old days (the days before electronic gadgets ruled the world), there was an object that could be carried in your pocket, and it offered many different uses. It could be used to cut some string, or cut some paper, file something down, or even open a bottle. It was known as the Swiss Army Knife, and was an essential piece of equipment for any outdoor person.