Whilst the majority of us are having to work from home due to COVID-19 let’s use this opportunity to get your personal or business website updated, refreshed or renewed. Including adding social media buttons.
I am offering good rates for doing all this sort of work and I am happy to discuss your needs at any time. Please call, message or email me but most importantly stay healthy everyone. #StayAtHome#ProtectSmallBusinesses #Coronavirus 💻
Obviously with the current COVID-19 situation getting computers looked at is difficult.
I can now offer remote support to anyone who still has access to the internet.
I will be doing this at a reduced rate as a computer in the home is more important now than ever.
What do you all think to the new iPhone XS?
IOS 12 Preview
What do you think???
A breakthrough speaker
HomePod combines Apple-engineered audio technology and advanced software to deliver the highest-fidelity sound throughout the room, no matter where it’s placed. This elegantly designed, compact speaker totally rocks the house.
What does everyone think?
Quick iPhone 8 review
The iPhone 8 is fractions of a millimetre larger in every direction than the iPhone 7. It’s also 10g heavier than the iPhone 7, 5g heavier than the iPhone 6S and 19g heavier than the iPhone 6. Some will tell you that you can notice the difference, but that it’s a good weight. You can’t, and it doesn’t matter.
Because of its 2014 design, the iPhone 8 looks and feels outdated compared to sleeker, more modern rivals, despite still being immaculately made. The large bezels top, bottom and at the sides make the iPhone 8 look almost retro, and not in a good way.
The back of the iPhone 8 is glass, which inevitably makes it more fragile, but to what degree remains to be seen. In terms of the device’s feel, the glass is a double-edged sword. It’s less slippery in the hand than the metal of the iPhone 7, but I found it slipping off sofas, desks and other not-quite-level objects more easily. You’ll probably want to buy a case.
The screen looks great for an LCD and now has Apple’s True Tone system from the iPad Pro, which alters the colours of the display based on the ambient light. Samsung and competitors have had similar systems on their smartphones for years, and it makes the screen more attractive but sacrifices colour accuracy.