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How well does the Apple Watch screen resist scratches? We carry out a screen scratch test to the Apple Watch screen using a key, coin, abrasive paper, stone wall, hammer and even a power drill to see how resistant to scratches and damaged it may be .
Forget Mr Rockefeller, forget the oil companies, and forget Google. In January 2015, Apple has just become, the company which has recorded the largest profits ever. With a record breaking quarter posting profits of $18 billion dollars, the company now has a fat wad of cash totally some $142 billion. Indeed, it could be said that the company is acquiring more money than it can spend it. A nice problem to have! But to put it into a little perspective, it has just bought out Beats! for $3 billion, and that was its largest purchase ever. It seems incredible that a single company can make so much money largely thanks to a product that slips seamlessly into your pocket.

Bored with how your iPhone looks? Made the wrong decision when you bought the white one, but really should have gone for the black? Or you’ve smashed your screen, and wonder what to do with it? At the time of signing, those two year contracts you’re locked into don’t seem that long, especially as you’re getting your new phone. It’s novel and exciting at the time, but after a few months, it’s old hat and you take it for granted.

Never before in the history of mankind has so much waste been caused by electronic devices. Unfortunately, the iPhone is no exception to this as we see around the world, massive stockpiles of e-trash, electronic devices that are no longer used, or desired, just thrown out and sent to large dump grounds.
The iPhone range have always had very good cameras on board, and the latest iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are no exception. Although they may not have some of the high mega pixel count as some Android smart phones, this really isn’t the be all and end all regarding any camera. As with professional photography, the most important aspects of any camera is the quality of the lens, and the quality of the sensor. The iPhone has exceptional quality lens and sensor that more than makes up for a lower mega pixel count.
The iPhone 6 Plus is the big brother of the iPhone 6, and is a direct competitor of devices such as the Samsung Note series. The screen is a whopping 5.5 inches, and is easily Apple’s largest “small” device to date. However, there is a trade off to be had with the Plus, and that is it is significantly weaker than any iPhone previous to it. Dropping it at waist height can lead to screen breakage, meaning you will need to get a iPhone 6 Plus screen repair.
iPhonefixed.co.uk have ramped up their service to include iPhone screen repair for the new Apple iPhone 6th generation of smart phones. Using original screens that are fully guaranteed for a year, the company continues its tradition of being completely in synch with the latest phones released by Apple. The company will also continue support and repairs of all previous generations of iPhones, along with the latest incarnation.

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).