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How to make the most of your cell phone while traveling

How to make the most of your cell phone while traveling As the Covid-19 pandemic comes under control in both the U.S. and abroad, countries are clamoring to reopen their borders to international tourists. But if you’re planning to drive, fly or cruise outside of the country in the coming months, it’s important to ensure that your American cell phone plan—and your phone itself, for that matter—are properly suited to your needs while traveling. From international data roaming restrictions to…

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What exactly is the iPhone SE?

Earlier this month, Apple unveiled the newest model in its ever-expanding lineup of iPhones: the completely revamped iPhone SE, a complement to its cutting-edge iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro devices that focuses on relative affordability and simplicity rather than battery life, camera quality or other supplemental features. But how exactly does the overhauled third-gen iPhone SE, which is available from Apple nationwide as of March 18, stack up against some of the company’s flashier, larger, pricier iPhones?

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Dealing with some of the iPhone’s most common problems

Unlike the Nokia cell phones of 15 years ago—which were often compared to bricks, thanks to their legendary longevity and toughness—modern iPhones aren’t exactly built to last. With somewhat fragile components both inside and out, Apple’s flagship smartphone often leads the way in technological innovation while lagging behind in durability, lending iPhones to a range of issues that can instantly compromise them. After all, Quick Mobile Repair exists for a reason!

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Are phone manufacturers sacrificing practicality for design?

Are phone manufacturers sacrificing practicality for design? While its 30-pin charger has been swapped for a Lightning connector, and its old-school home button and headphone jack have been phased out, the iPhone—or at least its exterior—hasn’t changed much since its original debut 15 years ago. But while Apple’s tried-and-true design has remained uniform for over a decade, many rival mobile companies have let their imaginations run wild, developing everything from foldable LED screens (Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3) to Lego-like composite…

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Professional iPad Repair

How much does it cost to repair an iPad? Completing an iPad repair, especially on models like the iPad Pro, iPad Air 2, iPad Air 3rd generation, iPad Mini 4 and iPad Mini 5th generation , is an intricate process that requires a careful step-by-step process in order to ensure it is done correctly and without error. Certain iPad models, including the iPad Pro, the newer iPad Air 2 and the others listed above, contain something that is referred to…

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I can’t hear my calls

There may be nothing more annoying than not being able to hear an important call. Whether it is business or personal, hearing the person on the other line is a must! Let’s walk through some steps to start hearing your phone calls clearly. 1. Check your volume This is typically a simple thing to check for. Don’t get tripped up on this step! There are two types of volume. Regular volume and call volume. Adjusting the main volume won’t affect the call settings……

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Get your iPhone ready to sell

Get your iPhone ready to sell Let’s say you’re due for an upgrade, or you have an old iphone that you’re looking to sell. There are a few steps that you need to take before hand to make sure that it is usable to the person you are selling or gifting the phone to. Let’s go through them so we know for the future. 1. Remove your iCloud! This is the most important step, so we’ll cover it first. The…

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My Samsung Back Glass Is Broken!

My Samsung Back Glass Is Broken! Long gone are the days of having a phone with a removable back. Unless you have an older Samsung or a Motorola, you may be questioning how to remove the rear of the phone to replace the battery, or just to replace the back of it with new glass! Let’s walk through exactly what is going on underneath the glass. 1.) How is at attached? The back glass is a flat piece of glass…

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International Carrier Lock

Let’s say you’ve been a long-term Sprint customer; you bought your phone from them a long time ago and you’re ready to switch to another network carrier for whichever reason. Can you use the same phone after changing? Let’s explore the steps to get the phone that you own outright on the service that you want. There are a couple of things that you need to know about cell phone carriers before we talk about unlocking them. 1.) Carriers Matter…

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My iPhone/Android Won’t Charge

When you get home from a long day of work or a busy day,settling in and charging your phone back up is sort of a daily ritual. Ifyou’ve ever arrived home, plopped down in your seat and realized that yourphone wasn’t charging, this is your guide. Let’s look at some signs and reasonsthe charging port is dying. The wiggle of death I think at some point we’ve all experienced this. You plug your cord into your phone and… Nada. So…

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