Iphone Reviews

Best Wireless Headphones 2018: Bluetooth Earphones for iPhone

Since the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus iPhones have been without a headphone jack, which is is a concern for some users. Luckily, wireless headphones have been steadily improving over the years, so the latest iPhones makes the perfect excuse to ditch those 3.5mm cables and switch to Bluetooth if you don’t fancy picking up a dedicated pair of Lightning headphones. Just like their wired variants, wireless headphones come in all shapes and sizes, from chunky on- and over-ear pairs to…

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HTC U12 Plus Review: Hands-on Impressions

HTC is having a funny old time of it since Google nicked a load of its employees. Having made the Google Pixel, Pixel XL and Pixel 2 (but not the LG made 2 XL), you’d be forgiven for thinking there wouldn’t be another HTC flagship. But the HTC U12 Plus is its high-end phone for 2018 – and the company is so convinced it’s a winner, there’s no regular model. It’s Plus or bust. The phone looks quite a bit…

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How to add wireless charging to the Google Pixel 2

Google’s Pixel 2 smartphone won rave reviews at the end of 2017, especially for its superb software and camera. Read our Google Pixel 2 review. But it failed in one regard: it lacks wireless charging. Although not as mainstream as manufacturers would like, wireless charging is transformative: once you’re used to it, going without seems like a big step backward. You can wirelessly charge your devices at cafés, airports and of course at home or in the office. Most use…

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How to transfer photos from iPhone to PC: Free space & avoid data loss

An iPhone that’s run out of storage space is not fun; but then again, neither is losing precious photos in a data loss disaster. For these reasons, it makes sense to create a backup of the photos on your phone. But what should you back up to? In terms of desktop computers the obvious choice is a Mac, but a surprising number of iPhone owners have PCs instead – and Windows computers sometimes interact oddly with Apple products. Transferring photos…

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iPad & iPhone User 132 Digital Edition

iPad & iPhone User Digital Edition Apple’s camera app is great, but if you really want to make the most out of your iPhone you’re going to need a third-party offering. This issue, we round up our favourites. We also look ahead to WWDC 2018 and reveal our predictions for this year’s event, plus if you’ve been having problems with your iPhone our guide to Apple’s Exchange and Repair Program looks at whether you qualify for a free repair or…

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Macworld June 2018 Digital Edition

In the latest issue Few would deny that Photoshop is a fantastic application, however, there are plenty of challengers for the photo editing crown, especially on the Mac. Our buying guide looks at the best alternatives. Also this month we review Apple’s new 9.7in iPad, which now works with the Apple Pencil. If, however, you are unwilling to shell out for Apple’s stylus, then our round-up of the best iPad styluses will be of interest. We also look ahead to…

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How to cancel a subscription on an iPhone

In this article we explain how to view, update or cancel a subscription on an iPhone. (For broader advice on this subject, including Mac and Apple TV options, take a look at our guide to managing subscriptions on Apple devices.) Firstly, you will want to go to the Settings app. This can be found on your home screen – the icon is a grey square with cogs. (Many of us keep this in the dock because it’s such a useful app.) Tap…

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OnePlus 6 vs iPhone X: Which is Best?

The OnePlus 6 is no doubt the best OnePlus phone yet, but is it as good as the iPhone X? Both look similar but are very different under the hood. We compare the price, specs, design and features of the OnePlus 6 to the iPhone X to see which you should buy. How much do the OnePlus 6 and iPhone X cost? While the iPhone famously starts from £999/$999 direct from Apple, the OnePlus 6 costs from £469/$529 direct from OnePlus.…

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HTC U12+ Live Stream, Release Date & Specification Rumours

The HTC U12+ will be announced on 23 May as the company once again attempts to prove it’s not done in the flagship space just yet. Shown above (via @evleaks), a highlight is not just the dual-camera at the rear, but another at the front, as well as an 18:9 notch-free display. When is the HTC U12+ coming out? HTC will announce the U12+ on 23 May 2018. How can you watch the HTC U12+ live stream? According to a very legit-looking…

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Microsoft Office Buying Guide: Office 365 vs Office 2016

For years now, Microsoft Office has become the standard software suite for consumers and businesses alike. This is with good reason – Microsoft Office continues to offer three of the most useful and recognisable software programs in the world in Word, Excel and PowerPoint. In years gone by, the best (and only) way to get Office was to buy a CD-ROM (remember those?) for a one-off price and install it onto your PC or laptop. Nowadays, Office is available as…

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