• How Well Did The iPad Mini 2 Do With Consumers?


    The iPad Mini 2 is almost identical to the previous release, the iPad Mini. The same minimalist design and the same amazing craftsmanship. The same design as our iPad skins, click here.

    There is a slight change, and that is the thinness and the lightweight feel. A much prettier and lighter design.  This makes it easier to transport around and easier for working. Learn more.

    Space Grey Is Added Yet Again

    The introduction of a lighter space grey version means the faceplate is as black and glossy as ever. The space grey edition means it is less susceptible of the scratches and damages, like the previous slate grey colour. Still want that space grey feature, but want to protect it? Shop our range of iPad skins.

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  • Some Of The Biggest Changes For Apple

    With 2017 fast approaching, talk about the new Apple iPhone 8 have already started – the iPhone 7 was only released a few months ago!

    Everybody is excited for the release of either the iPhone 7s, or the iPhone 8 – it is known that either one of these is going to have massive changes to the way in which Apple make and design their products.

    The two questions that everybody wants to know:

    • When will the iPhone 8 be released? Approx the beginning of September 2017.
    • What’s the price of the iPhone 8? Simply decided on the price of previous phones, £539.

    What are the rumours telling us?

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  • Smartphone Weather App used to predict earthquakes

    Do We Rely on Our Smartphones too Much?

    The increasing dependence with which people rely on their smartphones means the handsets are becoming an intrinsic part of everyday life - with the devices utilised for professional purposes, communication and games.

    And many consumers, who may want to protect their gadget with a different smartphone case, now use their mobile as a way of checking the weather forecast. Particularly during sunny periods, this can be a great way to ensure your summer plans are not ruined by a sudden shower. Continue reading

  • Nokia launch the Lumia 2520 & More


    World-famous technology brand Nokia unveiled its first ever Lumia 1520 phablet and Lumia 2520 Windows 8 tablet at an event in Abu Dhabi yesterday (October 22nd).

    New products from the company could leave consumers feeling spoilt for choice when it comes to picking their ideal gifts for Christmas this year. The items could also provide competition for key rivals Apple and Samsung, which are expected to release new gadgets before the festive period.

    The extra-large handset - given the nickname "phablet" due to them being a hybrid of a phone and tablet - is set to give users the chance to chance which objects in a photograph are in focus after it has been taken.

    Alternatively, the brand's Windows RT tablet comes with a 4G data chip. Continue reading

  • What your smartphone says about you

    Do you go for style, functionality or trends?

    Owning the best smartphones on the market has become an integral way of life for some image-conscious consumers, who value the appearance of their gadgets just as much as their functions.

    But how would you feel if you found out your preference of mobile handset actually says a lot about your personality? And that some people can formulate a judgement of you, simply by going off which gizmos you possess?

    Latest Studies

    A new study commissioned by TalkTalk Mobile has done exactly that - claiming that iPhone owners are typically more vain individuals, spending more money on clothes and grooming than BlackBerry users. Continue reading

  • Mobile app downloads to reach 140bn in 2016

    Increasing Profits for the Smartphone Industry

    The impact and popularity that technology has had on the everyday lives of consumers has led to soaring profits for smartphone and tablet developers around the world.

    Nowadays, individuals of all ages have access to a host of games, communication methods and social media websites at their fingertips. And not only that, apps are downloaded to fulfil a wide range of requirements - from helping users to keep fit to improving their productivity at work.

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    The extent to which these features have changed everyday life for consumers may lead many to believe there is very little scope left for developers to launch new and innovative apps. However, this is not the case - and the market is set for big things in the coming months and years. Continue reading

  • Celebs rocking must-have bling look

    Keeping ahead of the latest fashion trends is important to a significant portion of people who want to ensure they look the part, while standing out from the crowd.

    And while the summer months may bring about a change in the way we dress, would-be style icons may want to hold off on locking some of their more embellished ensembles away until winter.

    Get the must have bling look with your glitter phone skin for Apple or glitter phone skin for Samsung

    Decorative jewels and an elaborate look were all the rage on the red carpet of the Critic's Choice Television Awards in Los Angeles last night (June 10th), with Cat Deeley, Malin Akerman and Maria Menounos just three of the fashionistas who were rocking this trend. Continue reading

  • BBC launches weather app for smartphones

    The BBC has announced the launch of a new weather app for use on Apple and Android smartphones.

    Having previously been criticised for seeming to favour Apple's iOS operating system over Google's offering, the broadcaster has addressed the issue by releasing the service on devices using both systems.

    The free-to-download application provides five-day weather forecasts for those tech-savvy individuals who are hoping to ensure the sun is still shining well into the future. In addition, users can also make sure they are up-to-date on the pollen count, wind speed, humidity and UV levels with just a single click. Continue reading

  • Doctor warns over smartphone use in bed

    Is your smartphone destroying your sleep?

    Keeping up-to-date with the latest news and messages from friends is increasingly common for tech-savvy consumers in the modern age, but it seems too much use of our smartphones could actually damage our sleep.

    According to research, doing anything stimulating just before bed - such as replying to emails or reading with a light in your face - can lead to insomnia, which could come as bad news to those people who play on their phone before going to sleep. (See: Using your phone before bed could disrupt your sleep by an hour, warns scientist)

    82% of people's smartphones have it switched on at all times

    Data suggests that more than 82 per cent of people who use this type of gadget have it switched on at all times, including when they are in bed. Many people that used a wallet flip case on their smartphone found that they would be less tempted to use their mobile during the night. Continue reading

  • Smartphones 'focusing on function'


    Smartphone manufacturers are focusing less on hardware and more on operating systems and applications when designing new handsets, one technology expert has claimed.

    According to the Financial Times, major companies - including BlackBerry and Samsung - are taking new and innovative approaches to their production methods in order to give users the best experience possible when using their gadgets. Continue reading