Apple iPhone 7 Review

On the face of things, the iPhone 7 isn’t really much to write home about, for those who’ve either seen or owned an iPhone 6 or iPhone 6S, you’ll probably be looking at the above press image by Apple and thinking what’s changed, and you’d be right to as for the most part the designContinue reading “Apple iPhone 7 Review”

Google announce YouTube Go, allowing you to watch YouTube Offline

Announced at a Google Event in Delhi, India, Google announced a new service for watching YouTube videos offline simply branded YouTube Go. The app was clearly launched in India due to the countries more expensive mobile climate, and how it’s not cheap to have massive packs of Data to watch videos on the go. WhilstContinue reading “Google announce YouTube Go, allowing you to watch YouTube Offline”

Android and Chrome OS set to merge in to Andromeda? (UPDATE: Or not…)

UPDATE: At Google’s event, we saw no mention of the sort of Chrome OS, though we’re not ruling it out, it’s fair to say the expectations aren’t true. (for now) On paper it makes sense, and in reality it’s being happening before our eyes, but will it really happen? Of course we’re talking about the possibility of GoogleContinue reading “Android and Chrome OS set to merge in to Andromeda? (UPDATE: Or not…)”

Samsung adds new Green Battery Icon to “Safe to use” Galaxy Note 7 Units

If you still have one of the original shipped Samsung Galaxy Note 7 devices, for one you are stupid and should have it replaced by now so do that for your own safety, you will notice in the latest update sent to all Note 7 devices a change in the Battery reporting. Samsung have confirmedContinue reading “Samsung adds new Green Battery Icon to “Safe to use” Galaxy Note 7 Units”

Google finally release Allo instant messaging app to iOS App Store and Google Play

At Google I/O, Google spoke about two applications heading out to Android and iOS, a video calling app Duo (which has being out for a while), and this, Allo. Yes, Allo is yet another instant messaging client you can now choose from, which is getting a bit pathetic now, especially as there’s not that many things AlloContinue reading “Google finally release Allo instant messaging app to iOS App Store and Google Play”

Apple iPhone 7 Durability Overview

When you purchase a new Smartphone, especially one with a premium price tag, you’re sure to want to protect that Smartphone from any unintentional harm, but at what point is protection necessary and how much can the iPhone 7 actually take? VIDEO CONTENT USED IN THIS POST IS PROVIDED BY EVERYTHINGAPPLEPRO AND PHONEBUFF Physical DamageContinue reading “Apple iPhone 7 Durability Overview”

How to activate “Hey Siri” on macOS Sierra

Whether it’s on your iPhone, Apple Watch or iPad, you can activate and use Siri using a simple “Hey Siri” command, however the Mac didn’t get native “Hey Siri” support, which to us is rather surprising as it would have a ton of use case scenarios! But, their is a way, after some tinkering, toContinue reading “How to activate “Hey Siri” on macOS Sierra”

How to fix web-based HTML5 Safari Extensions such as ClickToFlash in macOS Sierra

Since Safari 5, Apple’s Safari web browser finally introduced the ability to use Extensions, however with Safari 10 on macOS Sierra some people have been noticing a few incompatibility issues, or what seemed like, with Flash based extensions such as the popular ClickToFlash, many, including ourselves, noticed they stopped working in Safari 10. In ourContinue reading “How to fix web-based HTML5 Safari Extensions such as ClickToFlash in macOS Sierra”

Griffin’s iTrip Clip Bluetooth Headphone Adapter makes Wired … Wireless instantly and seamlessly!

Whether it’s Motorola with the Moto Z, or Apple with the upcoming iPhone 7, or the many more Smartphones to come, the headphone jack is a dying breed, and it’s dying in favour of either the more high quality Wired standard of USB Audio, which you can read all about here, or of course WirelessContinue reading “Griffin’s iTrip Clip Bluetooth Headphone Adapter makes Wired … Wireless instantly and seamlessly!”

Why the removal of the 3.5mm headphone jack isn’t really that big of a deal! Explained

Throughout technology is a world of evolution. Displays are getting brighter with more density and pixels, video is getting crispier, games are getting more and more engaging and performance is off the charts, but if there’s one thing which has stood still, it’s Audio. Nearly 140 years old standard! What if we told you that the standardContinue reading “Why the removal of the 3.5mm headphone jack isn’t really that big of a deal! Explained”

Apple September Event 2016: iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, Apple Watch Series 2 and Series 1 updates plus AirPods

Apple September Event 2016 APPLE Video provided by Apple Inc. © Apple Inc After giving us a very poor resolution teaser image, Apple today at their September Event presented what we all expected, the iPhone 7, but also a few extras along the way, which we’ll cover as we get to them. Apps… a lotContinue reading “Apple September Event 2016: iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, Apple Watch Series 2 and Series 1 updates plus AirPods”