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How to Find Best iPad, iPhone Repair Company in Brisbane

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If you have a broken screen or your iPad/iPhone have bad screen result due to water damage then most probably your can’t get your iPhone or iPad repaired under Apple’s official warranty because broken or water damage parts are not covered by Apple’s warranty. In this case, or your warranty is expired, it will cost a huge amount to get your iPad screen repaired by Apple. So ultimately you have to find a third party who can fix your iPad screen in relatively less price without compromising on the quality.

But before you hand over your iPad or iPhone to a repair company you should know few things about them and about their service. Without knowing these things yous should never give your iPad for repair to any company.

Reputation of repairing company:

If you want to get your iPad repair then you should first check the reputation of the company which you are going to select to fix your iPad. If you find them on internet then you should read customer’s reviews about them on different websites and forums. Some good companies allow their customers to leave their feedback on their own website that can be also helpful in getting an idea about the reputation of the company.

But if you find the local repairer around you then you should ask your fellows if anyone of them have experience of getting iPad screen repair from that particular company. Without knowing about the reputation, it is not good to hand over your iPad to anyone.

Repairing Cost:

Before you send your iPad to the repairing company via courier service or you personally visit the repairing company office, you should know about the total cost that is involved to get your iPad’s screen fixed. There should’t be any hidden charges or taxes which cause problems after the work done if you don’t know all the things prior to starting a fix.

Quality of Parts:

Repairing cost also includes the cost of the parts used for repairing the iPad. Like if you are going for iPad air screen replacement, the cost of the screen should also be included in the total repairing cost and you should know what quality screen you are getting after your iPad’s screen gets replaced. There should be any difference in the display quality and colors. If you are getting low repairing cost it doe’st mean you are getting the best parts in it. So always make it sure what will be the quality of parts that you will get for your iPad.

Warranty:

Make sure that you are getting any warranty for the work done by that repairing company or not? A good repairing company like Brisbane iPad Repairs always provide warranty of their work. Obviously that warranty will not cover the replacement of your device or any other parts which were not repaired during fixing process but at least you should get the warranty for the work which has been done and paid for.

If you are satisfied with the reputation, cost, quality and warranty then you can hand over your iPad or iPhone for screen replacement otherwise you should look for another good name around you.

QMobile: The Most popular smartphone brand in Pakistan

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TestingWe have seen a particular trend in cell phones. Once there were simple cell phones like Nokia 3310. Then colored polyphonic phones started to flood the global market. The technology got improved along with time and now we have smart phones that have become a part of our life now. Before smart phones came into existence, Nokia and Motorola were ruling the market. But as the trend changed, Apple, HTC and others took over markets globally. Now people are either fan of iOS of Apple iPhone or its competitor, Android. People do not want to use anything less than an Android and by keeping this in mind, a new cell phone company came into being in Pakistan which is known by the name Q Mobile.

Q Mobile is one of the leading cell phone companies in Pakistan and has brought the sales of other cell phone companies to their minimum in the local market. It has attracted large numbers of people towards it by producing good quality products at cheap rates. The range of Q Mobile price in Pakistan lie between 2500 PKR and 23000 PKR. It is very reasonable if we compare it to the price of other branded cell phones.

Q Mobile is known in Pakistan for producing unique handsets and affordable rates and that is why people love to own a Q Mobile just like people like to have an iPhone or Samsung smart phone throughout the world. Q mobile has not yet hit the global market but once it does then it will surely give a tough competition to other well-known smart phone manufacturers. It contains everything a phone should have in current times and above all, it provides the latest technology gadgets at half the price of other Android phones that belong to renowned cell phone companies.

QMobile prices in Pakistan has amazed everyone because no one could have thought that a smart phone would be available at $60 only. 6000 PKR for an Android phone is like buying the latest technology at free of cost. In Pakistan, people are literally crazy about Q Mobile handsets. Almost every other person owns one of the models of Q Mobile and they feel blessed for having such a cell phone. They get to enjoy every bit of new technology at cheap and reasonable rates. The fact cannot be denied that Q mobile has struggled a lot to gain popularity but after lots of marketing it has finally taken over the cell phone market locally.

Q Mobile Noir series is that series of the Q Mobile that changed everything for the company. Having Noir is like having Apple iPhone in Pakistan. This series do have its positive points and negative points but still people are crazy about it they usually neglect the negative points. One of the best things about Q Mobile cell phones is that they are reliable even after being budget phones because budget phones usually do not have a long life as they are made up of cheap electronic components.

 

Easylifeapp — A Must-Have Gadget

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With so many available gadgets available in the Web today, how do you choose one? and how can we know that Easylifeapp is one of the good ones,  There are a lot of similar applications, and also, a lot of posing threats; so really, how do you filter which application you’d want to use?

Here are a few tips I have:

  1. Do your research, but limit it to three sources at most. Reading through all different sources would just make you even more confused.
  2. Ask around. Value advice from close friends (online or not) and reliable sources.
  3. Know what you want. This way you’d only have the application that specifically caters to the functions you need.
  4. Don’t expect too much, but don’t criticize or badmouth either. Give the developers a chance and credit. If you don’t like the application, just uninstall it, but don’t badmouth it. I’m sure the developers did work hard for that.

There you go, I hope that helped.

Meanwhile, I found a really cool application that I’ve been loving these days. It’s called the EasyLifeApp. It’s a totally free application that works as a handy desktop gadget.

If you want to give it a try, just download it from their site: http://easylifeapp.com/. Installation is fast and easy and you won’t even have to do a single thing except to run the executable file. No worries for all those installation prompts. EasyLifeApp is totally free from it.

Once it’s installed, it creates this icon in your desktop:

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You can now start using this really cool and practical application. Now, some are saying that it’s quite difficult to uninstall. Although I really didn’t want to uninstall it, I tried just to check.

Here’s what I did:

  1. Go to your computer’s Control Panel.
  2. Click Programs.
  3. Click EasyLifeApp.
  4. Click Uninstall.

To be sure, you can restart your computer to apply changes. The application was completely uninstalled from my computer. No hassles.

But since I like this application so much, I had to install it again. So, try it now. It’s all for free.

Google updates Play Store for phones and tablets, brings fresh user interface

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Google has just announced it?s launching an update for the Play Store for phones and tablets. The big function in the new release may be the refreshed user interface.

In the official Android weblog, Google states that the key focus around the Play Shop redesign will be to enable users to find content much more effortlessly. To do so, you’ll find now larger images, new suggestions and more rapidly checkout.

The latest version in the Google Play Shop starts making its strategy to phones and tablets operating Android 2.2 Froyo and above from now. However, the update might take a several weeks to land on all these droids, the search giant notes, so be patient.

Update: Should you?re not keen on waiting for Google to push the new Play Shop to your device, verify the through hyperlink below to download the Play Retailer APK file and set up it oneself.

Samsung building mid-range phone with 6.3-inch display, says ETNews

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Korea’s ETNews doesn’t have a flawless track record with Samsung leaks, but it is hoping to revive its reputation with this most up-to-date sliver of gossip. It is suggesting that the organization is going just after those people that assume the Galaxy Note is often a bit around the weeny side by releasing the 6.3-inch Galaxy Mega.

The device, that is codenamed “Project Mobius,” is likely to include a dual-core Exynos chip, 8-megapixel rear camera plus a 2-megapixel shooter up front. On the other hand, SamMobile has thrown out a bucket-load of specs to say that we could see a 5.8-inch Mega with a low-res 960 x 540 display, a 1.4GHz Exynos CPU and 1.5GB of RAM. We get the sense that neither device is coming with bleeding-edge specs and can as an alternative slot into the mid-range tiers of your company’s item lineup — assuming they exist at all. Either way, a minimum of we’ve managed to get by means of a whole post without the need of using the word “phablet”… damnit!

Microsoft agrees to sell Mediaroom to Ericsson, goes all-in on Xbox

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A fortnight right after rumors surfaced hinting that Ericsson was lobbying to get Microsoft’s Mediaroom IPTV unit, each firms have announced that a deal has been signed. Microsoft VP Yusuf Medhi blogged that because the Xbox has become the heart of Redmond’s property entertainment strategy, Mediaroom has develop into a resource-hogging distraction.

The Mountain View-based IPTV outfit powers AT&T’s U-Verse as well as similar VOD services from organizations like Deutsche Telekom and Telefonica, and will be folded into Ericsson’s Business Support Solutions outfit. The deal’s expected to close in the second half of the year, with neither company talking about how much the sale cost.

Chrome 27 beta wrings out more speed, streamlines HTML5 input

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It’s like clockwork, really. Chrome 26 has barely hit the stable track, and Google is already posting a Chrome 27 beta for desktops and Android devices to show what’s next. Apparently, that future centers mostly on raw efficiency: Google has eked out an average 5 percent speed increase via a additional aggressive resource scheduler. Additionally, it features a easier interface for date and time forms on HTML5 pages.

 

Most of the other upgrades coddle developers, such as the introduction of live audio input for the Internet Audio API and an offline storage API for Chrome Web Store apps. There’s no mention of Blink, so people who had expected fast adoption of the internet engine beyond Chromium will be disappointed — even so, it really is great adequate that we could see world-wide-web Guinea pigs giving the release a try.

Panasonic’s Lumix GF6 leaks early with a 16MP sensor, tilting touchscreen and NFC for £449

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Just after passing by Taiwan’s WiFi certification tests, Panasonic’s newest interchangeable lens camera has broken cover over at TechRadar. The leak has offered us the first glimpse at the Lumix GF6’s complete spec list, which involve the same 16-megapixel sensor because the GX1, a brand new Venus engine to help with imaging functionality, an electrostatic touchscreen and (inside a initial for ILCs) built-in NFC .

 

 

Much better nevertheless, the team had some time to play using the camera, which has shown itself almost precisely 12 months just after the last GF iteration. The camera apparently tries to straddle the gap among compact point-and-shoots and the far more technical world of mirrorless and DSLR shooters having a new mode dial on best plus a extra responsive touchscreen. Also to NFC, there’s even built-in WiFi to help image sharing — though we can only share the original article via the magic of Google cache — take a peek in the supply below. No word on a specific release date inside the leak, despite  the UK’s 449 price tag (which chas brand new 14-42mm kit lens) should translate to around $680 around the other side on the Atlantic.