If you’re anything like us, your smartphone is your precious baby. Unfortunately, you probably don’t treat it as well as you should. Here are some things you might be doing wrong:
You really should be turning your phone off at least once a week, or your battery will die faster than it should. Leaving it on and idle stresses the battery, experts say. If you, like us, use your phone as your alarm clock, consider picking up a cheap (or fancy — why not?) alarm clock, or turning it off for another period of time during the day.
Tech-savvy iPhone users who “jailbreak” their phones to add new features could be putting their personal information at risk, after a recent data breach revealed the iOS devices are not invulnerable to hacking.
Most smartphones, including the iPhone, are coded to work only in the way the manufacturer intended. For instance, iOS users can only use applications approved by the Apple Store, and if the app costs money, it must be paid for using an Apple account. But jailbreaking a phone allows users to remove those restrictions and add or manipulate applications as much as they want.
When will the iPhone 6s come out in the UK?
Read all of the latest iPhone 6S rumours, find out when the iPhone 6s will launch and what features it is predicted to offer, and see leaked photos of the iPhone 6S. The latest rumour suggests that the iPhone 6s will have a battery that lasts… seven days!
September 2015 has arrived, and that means that new iPhones are a matter of days away. Apple’s iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus arrived in September last year, so Apple watchers are getting excited about what’s next for Apple’s smartphone, particularly now that Apple’s September event is official. Here, we round up all of the rumours about the iPhone 6’s new successor, widely known as the iPhone 6s, including release date rumours, specs and new features.