The iPhone is well-known for its metal unibody design – it looks beautiful, keeps thickness to a minimum and even helps with durability. But there are downsides to that design, most notably the lack of a removable battery or expandable storage. You can recharge your iPhone with a power bank instead of swapping batteries, but what alternatives exist to give you more storage? The answer is the Leef iAccess, a MicroSD card reader for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.
So you’ve heard mutterings of products being ‘MFi Certified’, or perhaps you’ve noticed this logo popping up every now and again…
Apple kicked off their week-long developers conference today with one of their famous keynotes. The event included some big announcements from the Californian firm, including new versions of iOS, OS X and watchOS, plus a new music streaming service called Apple Music. Here’s what you need to know.
Netflix is pretty great, but unless you’ve picked up a recent smart TV you’re unlikely to be able to watch it directly on your television. Here are some ways to use your Android device or iPhone to play Netflix on your TV instead. Use a Chromecast One of the cheapest and easiest ways to get Netflix […]
In this article, we’ll share ten of the most fun and addictive iOS games for the iPhone and iPad in 2014. Take a look! 1. Hearthstone: Heroes of WarCraft Blizzard are well known for creating addictive game franchises, from World of WarCraft, to StarCraft, to Diablo. Their latest is a (digital) collectible card game called Hearthstone, […]