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How to Free up Space in Android

By on Jan 12, 2018 in Mobility Strategy | 0 comments

These days phones typically come with at least 32GB of storage as standard, or perhaps 16GB if you’ve bought a budget model. But even that is easy enough to fill up when you get a bit too carried away with installing apps and taking photos and videos. Even if you’ve not run into any storage issues just yet, managing your storage properly can help keep...

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Apple iOS 11.2.2 Release Has A Nasty Surprise

By on Jan 11, 2018 in Mobility Strategy | 0 comments

On Monday Apple released iOS 11.2.2, its most important update for some time, but it seems in the rush to upgrade some users are encountering a very nasty surprise indeed… ‘Great Secret Features’ and ‘Nasty Surprises’ are my regular columns investigating the best features / biggest problems hidden behind the headlines. Apple Apple iOS 11.2.2 For a number of iPhone...

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What You Can Do Now to Restrict Your Kids’ iPhone Use

By on Jan 10, 2018 in Mobility Strategy | 0 comments

Apple has promised new ways for parents to control what their kids see on its products. In a statement to The Wall Street Journal, Apple said that it’s “constantly looking” for opportunities to protect children and will, in a future software update, make parental controls that are “even more robust” available on its many products. Apple’s decision came after two...

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New iPhone Leaks Suggest Apple Will Ignore Customer Demand

By on Jan 9, 2018 in Mobility Strategy | 0 comments

Is Apple ready to sacrifice a much-loved iPhone design because it feels bigger is better? Launched in March 2016, the iPhone SE arrived five months after the launch of the iPhone 6, sporting similar chip specifications and capabilities, but packed into the smaller design footprint of the iPhone 5S. Apart from the twisted timeline, the SE sits between the iPhone 5S...

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Suicide at Chinese iPhone factory reignites concern over working conditions

By on Jan 7, 2018 in Mobility Strategy | 0 comments

A US-based China workers’ rights organisation has claimed that a factory at a firm that produces Apple’s iPhones in China, died after jumping from a building on Saturday. China Labor Watch (CLW) said that Li Ming, 31, jumped to his death from a building in the city of Zhengzhou, in the east-central Chinese Henan province, where he had been working for Foxconn. The...

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