iTechnician Helps Ex-Military Man

iTechnician is delighted to have been instrumental in helping an ex-Military man to grow his technology repairs business after he underwent life-changing experiences in the Army.

Adam Smith was always interested in technology, and gained useful experience in a local electronics repair shop. Aged 19, he decided to make a change, and enrolled in the Royal Welsh Fusiliers and was soon in the thick of things, going to Cyprus in 2007 for 2 years on his initial military tour. Following this tour, he was transferred to Afghanistan where he saw service in Helmand Province. In 2011, and having completed 3 tours of duty he was diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and given a discharge from the Army. Continue reading

All You Must Know About iPhone 4 Repairs

If you are the proud owner of an iPhone 4s, you would be well aware of the kind of investment that goes in buying such high end equipment. Although iPhone 4 is a highly functional and stylish device that is well built, it is extremely sensitive at the same time. In case you happen to knock your Smartphone a few too many times, you might end up with a cracked or broken screen. This is the reason it is important to have a fair amount of knowledge regarding iPhone 4s repair. Continue reading

iPhone Separation Stress

Do you feel you couldn’t cope without your iPhone? Well you’re not alone – recent studies have shown that people genuinely suffer when separated from their iPhones, and it’s recommended that if you have an important task to perform that is going to need your full attention such as sitting an exam, attending a business meeting or seminar, or simply doing an important assignment, you should keep your iPhone with you. Continue reading

Appy 2015!

Guess how much consumers have spent already in 2015 on apps for Apple iPhones and iPads? Apple have released a set of figures that show, incredible as it may seem, that in the first week of January, over $0.5 billion was spent on buying apps. On top of that incredible statistic Apple state that New Year’s Day was the single busiest day for the Apple App Store since it was established in 2008. It just goes to show how popular Apple devices are. Continue reading

The UK’s Love For Apple iPhone Increases

Apple have reasons to be cheerful in 2015, as over the last few months of 2014 they saw sales of iPhones take an increased share of the smart phone market in 8 separate countries, despite overall sales of smart phones declining over the period. The upturn in Apple’s fortunes was certainly helped by the launch of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, according to trusted research firms. Continue reading

Apple Have A Bright Outlook In 2015

2014 was a good year for Apple (AAPL), containing as it did the release of several new products and services, among them their first wearable device and their new mobile payment service. The year also saw updates to tablets and Mac devices, and software updates for mobile devices and computers. On top of all these changes, Apple also made their largest acquisition to date of the headphone manufacturers, Beats. Continue reading

2015 Could See 200 million iPhone Sales

Apple had a great financial year in 2014, achieving an approximately 13% increase in volumes of individual device sales over 2013. The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus have proved to be the smartphones of choice for people seeking an upgrade, and this has been coupled with a global market that is increasingly enjoying Apple products. On the other hand, Samsung have been failing to sell enough of their high end smartphones, so it is predicted that Apple iPhone sales will continue to increase during the next financial year and even reach the heady heights of 200 million sales during that period. Continue reading

Could There Be A Smaller iPhone On The Way For 2015?

All through 2014 there were rumours that one or more new iPhones were to be released with larger screens, and that’s exactly what happened with the iPhone 6 at 4.7 inches and the iPhone 6 Plus at 5.5 inches. Now rumours are circulating again, and this time it’s all about smaller screens. The latest rumours have originated in Taiwan, and the people who know about these things, the parts manufacturers in Apple’s supply chain, appear to be saying that a new iPhone with a 4 inch screen will be introduced in 2015. Continue reading

iPhone 6 Plus Sales Lead The Way

Who would have predicted it? The Apple iPhone 6 Plus was the biggest selling smartphone over the 3 months ending in October 2014, capturing one third of total market share, and over 40% of phablet sales (phablets are smartphones with a screen sized of 5.5” or larger). This is all the more remarkable because the iPhone 6 Plus had only been available for one of those months. Continue reading

iPhone and iPad Charging Problems

Do you have charging problems with your iPad or iPhone? Apparently many users are finding that when they plug in the Lightning cable, they hear odd noises and the device simply doesn’t charge properly. This can be highly frustrating and leave you unable to keep in touch with friends or colleagues, so what can you do about it? Continue reading

How to Find Which iPad Model You Have

“How do I find out which model of iPad I have?” – When you ask us for a quote for an iPad screen repair or iPad screen replacement, we ask you to tell us which model of iPad you have by selecting the correct model from a drop-down menu. It’s important that we know which model iPad and which iPad repair you are looking for as some parts are more expensive to repair or replace than others, and the iTechnicians want to give you the most accurate quote possible. Continue reading

iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are Easier to Repair

The latest offering from Apple, the iPhone 6 looks a lot different on the outside from the original Apple designs such as the iPhone 4, iPhone 5 and iPhone 5S. But it’s not just different on the outside; the inner workings are different too. Apple has made many changes and improvements which mean that the iPhone 6 stores more data, works faster, and – good news – is easier to open up and to make repairs. Continue reading

How To Set Up Your iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus

If you are one of the lucky individuals who have taken the plunge and got yourself a new iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus, you will want to be able to get the best out of it. Maybe you’ve upgraded from an older iPhone model, or maybe you’re an iPhone novice – whatever your circumstances, here are some tips on setting up your new iPhone. Continue reading

Apple Launch Two iPhone 6’s and an iWatch

So finally, they’ve arrived. The iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and the first Apple wearable, the Apple iWatch were announced at the long-awaited high-profile event which was held in Cupertino, California on 9th September 2014. This was the venue that hosted the announcement by Steve Jobs of the very first Apple Mac computer all those years ago, and this time the now Chief Executive Tim Cook spoke about what he referred to as the next stage in the history of the iPhone, and ‘the biggest advancement’. Continue reading

iPhone 6 Screen Will NOT be Made From Sapphire Glass

There is disappointment in store for everyone who was hoping that the new iPhone 6, due for launch in October, would have a super-strong sapphire crystal display. Although there have been many rumours about it, analysts state that Apple’s supply chain does not contain any supplies of the man-made material which has a hardness level second only to diamond. Continue reading

Apple iPhone Variable Security and Location System

Having to unlock your iPhone with a passcode or Touch ID each time you want to use it can be inconvenient, which is why not everyone keeps their phone locked, and an unlocked smartphone is just what thieves are looking for. Apple have recognised that your iPhone is less at risk of being stolen in certain places such as your home or workplace and therefore needs less stringent security in these ‘safe’ locations. The have now apparently applied for a patent for a process whereby users can designate locations as safe; then their iPhone will automatically unlock itself in those locations, and will automatically lock itself when taken out of the safe area. Continue reading

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