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Why would I want an iPhone SE?

21 March 2016 by Michael Giffney 0 Comments

SE for Special Edition

What next for smartphones in 2016?

19 March 2016 by Michael Giffney 0 Comments

In a relatively short number of years, the smartphone has evolved to a point where many consumers think it can't possibly improve much more.

Apple to release new budget iPhone 5SE

15 February 2016 by Michael Giffney 0 Comments

It is being widely reported that Apple will announce a new low-end iPhone 5se at its product launch on March 15.

Laptop Recall Announcements from Panasonic, Toshiba and Apple

11 February 2016 by Michael Giffney 0 Comments

Panasonic, Toshiba and Apple issue global recalls of laptop accessories Panasonic Panasonic is recalling the rechargeable battery pack sold with certain models of its CF-S10 ruggedised laptop, over concerns it could cause the device to catch on fire.

Alphabet and Apple vie for title of world's most valuable company

09 February 2016 by Michael Giffney 0 Comments

Google parent company, Alphabet, briefly overtook Apple last week as the two companies traded places as the world's most valuable company.

Apple issues Worldwide Recall of Wall Plug Adaptors

01 February 2016 by Michael Giffney 0 Comments

Apple has recalled millions of wall plug adaptors worldwide due to a small risk of electric shock should the product be broken.

Apple admits faulty battery meters on iPhone 6S, 6S Plus

25 January 2016 by Michael Giffney 0 Comments

Apple has admitted the battery meters in the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus are unreliable and can display higher battery levels than they actually have.

Apple TV arrives in Australia

13 November 2015 by Michael Giffney 0 Comments

The Future of Television is Apps

Limited Numbers of iPhone 5S now available

28 October 2015 by Michael Giffney 0 Comments

Following a month of severe shortages - and at times zero supply - VoicePlus is now starting to receive small numbers of its back orders of the iPhone 5S.

Cash is Dying. App-payments surge 200%

28 October 2015 by Michael Giffney 0 Comments

New research from Westpac has revealed Australians believe we are quickly becoming a cashless society, and predicts that Australia will be cash free by 2022.

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