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The iPhone is perhaps the most used smart phone on the market. Its uses when it works are legendary. Anything from a torch, to a GPS navigator, to a games machine, to a social network device, and even a phone! But so many iPhones are laying to waste in a drawer somewhere.
The iPhone is not just a communications device, or a music player, or a games machine, or a GPS. It’s also a portable sports device. You can use it to keep track of your workouts, your diets, your sporting achievements and so on. It is allows you to keep track of your favourite professional sports using apps provided by many top media channels.

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.

We all have our favourite apps, the one’s we always install whenever we get a new phone. Out of the multitudes of apps available on iTunes, we’ve tried to compile our top 5 most useful apps for you to look at and see if you have them, or need them. So, without further ado, here are our favourite apps:

There is so much to know and experience with the iPhone that it is impossible to know everything about it. A lot of things are well known by the community of users, but there’s some hidden gems that could probably be better known. Things that can enhance the user experience, things that make things quicker and easier. This article goes some way to helping identify some of these tips and tricks.

The question on many people’s lips is how does the iPhone 6 Plus fair against Samsung’s Galaxy Note 4? With many saying that the 6 Plus is basically at the same level as the Note 2, many are concerned that the 6 Plus might not be all it’s cracked up to be.

The run up to the release of a new iPhone model is always full of speculation, and it was no different with the latest version, the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. Rumours surrounding everything from the software capabilities to the dimensions were flying around during the months leading up to its arrival, but the hottest topic was whether or not it would be boasting the incredible sapphire screen.

The iPhone is undoubtedly one of the best smart phones available. It has held its position at the top for many years and is the leader in many ways. There’s so much that you can do with it, in fact the majority of people probably don’t even use a fraction of its capabilities, nor even optimise it properly. This article will give you some neat tips and tricks that you didn’t even know you could or should do with your phone.

The headphones that come with most iPhones are the bud type, and while they work well, they are not everyone’s cup of tea. Many find earbuds intrusive or uncomfortable, and seek headphones that sit over your ears, providing more comfort, and cancel out external noise too. iPhonefixed.co.uk has decided to review three headphones, all for under 30 pounds, and offers readers a great chance to win a set at the end of this article.


While it seems that the iPhone 5s was only released last month, it’s actually been over a year since it made its way into shops and online retailers. We’ve since seen the arrival of the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus, and the iPhone 5s is now officially old news – but that doesn’t automatically mean you’re going to race to update your handset, and anyone who’s happy with their existing phone is obviously going to want to keep it in tip top condition.