iPad Reviews

How to fix an iPhone (or iPad) that won’t charge its battery

Sometimes iPhones and iPads simply refuse to charge up their batteries, even when plugged into a power source. If this has happened to you, a quick glance at Apple forums will show that you are far from alone. Symptoms vary. In our experience, putting in the Lightning cable and attaching a charging plug often leads to a symphony of buzzing, but very little charging: it takes constant tweaking and balancing to get any charge at all. At others times nothing…

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AMD Ryzen 2 Launch: Release Date, Price And Specs

Following the launch of the Ryzen series of processors last year, AMD has made some incredible strides forward into the high end processor market. The launch of the Ryzen 2 sees the continuation of this trend as AMD gains further ground on Intel, and releases a chip that might even knock the Intel i7 8700k off it’s throne as the king of consumer processors. Global pre-orders are now available for the new chips, today on 13 April, with on-shelf availability…

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How to restore an iPhone or iPad from an iCloud or iTunes backup

When you move to a new iPhone you don’t want to spend ages setting everything up from scratch to get the same apps, data and settings as on your previous model. That’s why restoring from a backup is so convenient: one quick tap and you’re good to go. The same is true if a phone malfunctions badly, or is bricked, lost or stolen. Knowing you can recover your photos, documents and data easily from an iCloud or iTunes backup is…

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Nubia Z17 Mini Review – Tech Advisor

A subsidiary of the better-known ZTE, Nubia isn’t a Chinese brand we’ve come across in the past. But its Z17 Mini – a budget phone with a mid-range spec – makes us want to see more. This phone will appeal to you if you want an all-rounder that doesn’t weigh down your pockets, and has a design that doesn’t give away its budget price. Nubia Z17 Mini Price & Availability The Z17 Mini is not officially available in the UK,…

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Should I Buy a Refurbished iPad?

Refurbished Apple products are second-hand, really, but the fact they’ve been refurbished by Apple means you can be a little more confident in the quality and reliability of what you’re getting. It’s a nice halfway house between new and second-hand, in effect, and you can save loads of money by opting to buy a refurbished iPad from Apple rather than splashing out on a brand-new iPad. Plus, it’s a way to get older models of iPad that are no longer available to…

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Best Kids’ Tablets 2018: Children’s Tablet Reviews

Your buying guide for the best kids’ tablets in 2018 Age appropriate The best tablet for your child will depend on their age. LeapFrog and VTech make tablets which are well suited to young children from around 3-6. When kids reach around 6 or 7, they no longer want what they see as a ‘toddler’s tablet’ and will start asking for something a bit more grown up. Find out how to keep children safe on the internet. As well as tablets,…

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Best BlackBerry Phones To Buy in 2018

Once upon a time, a BlackBerry was the only smartphone to be seen with. Nowadays, Apple iPhones and Samsung Galaxy devices line the pockets of most in the western world. Hardware keyboards, push email and that blinking red LED bring back doe-eyed memories of the mid-2000s, but these days you’d be hard pressed to find an old-style BlackBerry on sale anywhere, let alone in the hands of someone on the bus. BlackBerry’s slow decline was largely down to the company’s inability…

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Best Graphics Cards For Mining Cryptocurrency

Cryptocurrency mining is not something that’s going to go away any time soon. With blockchain technology looking to disrupt several industries in the coming years, computing power spread across the globe in a decentralised network will be one of the ways that it will operate via the proof-of-work method. Have a look at our best gaming graphics cards for 2018. There are other ways for cryptocurrency transactions to be validated, such as the proof-of-stake method, which is seen as a…

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Fujifilm Instax Wide 300 Review: Fujifilm’s Biggest Instant Prints

Fujifilm Instax Wide 300 review As the name might give away, the Instax Wide 300 takes photos that are wider than other instant cameras. The prints are double the size of Instax Mini photos and have a landscape orientation that makes them ideal for landscape shots or group photos, if less so for portraits. The camera itself obviously has to be large enough to accommodate the bigger prints, and Fujifilm has committed to a chunky aesthetic all round, with a…

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Fujifilm Instax SQ10 Review – Tech Advisor

Fujifilm Instax SQ10 review The Instax SQ10 stands out from the rest of the Instax range for a couple of reasons. First up, there’s the print format: these are square, much like official Polaroids, though are about two-thirds the size. More interesting though is the fact that the SQ10 is a digital/instant hybrid – it’s essentially a digital camera with an instant printer built into it, which opens up a host of new options. You can set the camera to…

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