Saturday, 10 October 2015
A few days ago, Apple unveiled the latest gadget in its smartphone line, the iPhone 6S. This nifty device has been so anticipated that scores of people could hardly wait for its official release. On Tuesday, September 8, 2015, International Business Times featured the story of an eager fan camping outside the Apple store in Sydney, Australia, probably awaiting the official announcement of the phone’s release. While it is not uncommon to queue outside a phone manufacturer’s outlet, as there are many people around the world who want to be the first to lay their hands on a new product, what makes this particular instance an interesting story is that the people had already set up a tent outside the store even before Apple announced the new product. The expected date of announcement was 10:00 am the next day – in San Francisco. Almost a full day ahead!
Thursday, 8 October 2015
Tablet computers are becoming more popular than ever. They are enjoying more demand in various online and offline stores, especially with the swelling usage of computer network services globally. There are a couple more reasons why tablets are so popular these days. Some users favour them due to their convenience and ease of use, whereas others prefer them due to their capability and portability. Unfortunately, just like any other mobile computer device, tablets may likely develop problems over time. This can be extremely frustrating; more so if you were in the middle of something important when the problem emerged. However, there is no need to panic. All you need is to locate a Telstra store or any of its partner outlets around Melbourne to provide the right solution for the problem.
Tuesday, 6 October 2015
The Samsung Galaxy S5 is one of the most advanced and sought-after smart phone models with its perforated design, large display, and impressive features. It also boasts of other cool features, like a fingerprint scanner, heart rate sensor, and camera technology that rival that of IPhone and other similar units. Despite the superior quality, however, this Samsung model is still prone to various problems as with its predecessors, like camera crashes, Wi-Fi network issues, and easy battery drains. Whether or not you have encountered these problems, being familiar with them will help you know when you need to go to a Samsung repair shop, or simply troubleshoot.
Sunday, 4 October 2015
With its 5” display and elegant metallic profile, the HTC One M9, is one of the leading and most sought-after smartphone releases this year. It promises users a more personalized mobile experience than other brands. The newest member of the popular HTC One series offers various customization options that allow users to add a touch of their personality to their phone. Using the built-in Themes App, you may change how your phone looks by using your own photo or one you have selected. When you go online, its BlinkFeed feature detects where you are, and provides recommendations on nearby restaurants, local events, and others. Meanwhile, the M9’s sapphire camera technology boasts of stunning and clear photos in every shot. Its One Gallery feature acts like a built-in organizer for your photos and videos with user-friendly controls.
Friday, 2 October 2015
All iPhone models (including the earliest ones) are initially designed to adapt to various lighting conditions, which is done via a special ambient light sensor situated near the phone’s speaker. Going from a dark room into a brightly lit one may cause the iPhone to stay dim until the screen is unlocked. Sometimes, though, this simple trick doesn’t solve the problem—and may sometimes even reset the phone entirely. iPhone screen repair centres around Melbourne have likely dealt with this issue on several occasions, and they can give a few explanations why. Most of the time, the problem is caused by the iPhone’s brightness setting or the special “auto-brightness feature” described in the previous paragraph. For the worst-case scenario, something may have gone awry within the phone’s screen itself, though screen failures aren’t necessarily that bad—the issue might be caused by a single, failing component inside.