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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.
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).
Like all businesses within the UK and indeed, worldwide, we are monitoring the impact that COVID-19 is having on our business and customers.
We are very much aware and respectful of the Government’s message that all non-essential services must close from immediate effect – 23rd March 2020.
We must play our part to protect the most vulnerable in our society and to ensure that the NHS has the ability to care for patients that will be affected by the virus.
We look forward to staying in touch and welcoming you back when we reopen.