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Best wireless chargers 2017/2018: Qi Charging Pads for iPhone & Android

Apple’s iPhone 8, 8 Plus and iPhone X are the first from the company to feature wireless charging, but many Android phones have supported the new charging method for a while now. Most use the same Qi  (pronounced ‘chee’) charging standard, so wireless chargers will work for both iPhone and Android. Here, we round-up some of the best wireless chargers you can buy. Which phones feature wireless charging? Wireless charging for smartphones isn’t a new thing, so you might be…

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Adobe Creative Cloud: Price Plans, Free Trial, Student Discount & More

Adobe’s Creative Cloud is the modern way of getting its well-known desktop software applications including Photoshop, Lightroom, Illustrator, Premiere, InDesign and Dreamweaver. Here’s everything you need to know about Adobe Creative Cloud including pricing plans, apps, system requirements and more. Plus take advantage of the free Creative Cloud UK trial. Adobe Creative Cloud pricing and plans: How much does it cost? There’s isn’t a one-size fits all way of buying Creative Cloud. Adobe knows that different people will use it…

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New Year Tech resolutions – Tech Advisor

As a new year begins, many of us will be vowing to improve ourselves and situations through doing less of some things and more of others. With technology now playing a central role in modern life, these resolutions will either be aided or hindered by our devices. So, here’s some tech-related oaths, which you might want to add to your list. Get fitter It comes as a constant surprise to us that buying a Fitbit or other activity tracker doesn’t…

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Do you Need Antivirus on iPad or iPhone?

People (most often Android users) cite Apple’s walled-garden approach to iOS as one of its disadvantages. Although you may well be limited to Apple’s App Store when it comes to getting apps and games, it’s also one of the reasons why iPhones and iPads are safe from viruses and malware. The short answer, then, is no, you don’t need to install antivirus software on your iPad or iPhone. Why are there no antivirus apps in the App Store? Apple built…

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How to Move Text Messages to a New Phone

Changing phone is always bittersweet. On the one hand you have a shiny new phone, but on the other you have to go through the process of moving all of your data over, which is never quite as easy as we’d like it to be. While moving contacts and photos can be done through Google and Gmail easily, moving text messages between phones can be slightly trickier. We’re here to show you how. How to move messages from iPhone to…

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How to Move Contacts to a New Phone

We all have to move our contacts to a new phone once in a while, and along with moving over our photos, it’s never quite as simple as we’d like it to be. Here at Tech Advisor, we’ve created a quick guide to help you through it. If you’d like a more detailed look at how to set up your iPhone, have a look at our guide here. How to move your contacts from an iPhone into Google Contacts: Find…

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How to Move Photos to your New Phone

It’s important to make sure that you’re not losing any irreplaceable photographs when you switch to a new phone. So here at Tech Advisor we’re going to help you do it safely, with the help of the Google Photo app. How to move photos from your Android or IOS phone to a new device: Download the Google Photo app onto your device. After logging into your Google account, the app will automatically upload all your photos and videos into the…

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iMac 2017 price and specs

Now that Intel has launched its Kaby Lake processors, it’s no surprise that Apple has updated its hardware range with the new chips and much more. Here we look at the iMac 2017 range including release date, prices and specs. “With major updates to iMac, and a refresh of our MacBook and MacBook Pro lines, the Mac is stronger than ever,” said John Ternus, Apple’s vice president of Hardware Engineering.” When is the 2017 iMac release date? New iMac 2017 release date: 5 June…

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Apple 12 Days of Christmas 2017 Cancelled: 12 Free Apps to Download Instead

Where is Apple’s 12 Days of Christmas 2017? Apple’s 12 Days of Christmas isn’t happening this year for the second year running, but here are 12 great apps you can get for free anyway. For the fourth year since it began in 2008, Apple has decided not to run its 12 Days of Christmas promotion, disappointing many iTunes users who’ve loved getting a free gift each day during the holiday period. The 12 Days of Christmas promotion used to run…

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Best Power Banks 2017/2018: Top Power Bank Reviews & Buying Advice

Want more help deciding which is best for you? Read our buying advice for the Best Power Banks 1. Zendure A2 It might seem strange to find a power bank at number one in our chart that doesn’t have an LCD screen, doesn’t support USB-C or Lightning, doesn’t have multiple outputs and doesn’t feature Quick Charge 3.0 support. But we stand by our claim that the Zendure A2 is absolutely the best personal power bank on the market. It’s compact.…

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