Apple is really good at nailing its second-generation products. The first iPhone was innovative, but the iPhone 3G was excellent. The first-generation iPad was a viable alternative to Android tablets of the day, but the iPad 2 blew them out of the water. And now the Apple Watch Series 2 has been released, promising a redesigned interface, faster operation, and new features like 50M waterproofing and GPS. It should be a winner, but let’s see what the critics think.
Yup, there’s no headphone jack — but that’s not the only thing that’s changed with the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus. Apple have also added waterproofing, a quad-core A10 Fusion processor and upgraded the cameras on both models. Let’s take a look at what the critics think.
It’s finally here — and from the early reviews, the Note 7 might just be the best phone that Samsung’s ever made. Let’s take a closer look, as we look at Note 7 reviews from the biggest names in the industry. If you’re thinking of picking up a Note 7, these reviews are a must-read!
The Xperia XA Ultra has finally gone on sale in the UK, making it the most recent Sony phablet to hit British shores. The 6-inch phone is something of a powerhouse too, with an octa-core processor, 3GB of RAM and a 21-megapixel rear camera. Let’s take a look at how it was received by the critics.
The Spark is a new range from Wileyfox, British makers of smartphones. The first generation were released last year to critical success, so how does the second generation compare? Let’s read some reviews and find out.