Welcome to Python Basics, my blog series of how to work with Python. In this guide I will be showing you how you can get Python to ask you for your name and then say Hello to you, by name. In this tutorial, you will learn how to: Use Python’s print function. Use Python’s inputContinue reading “Python basics #1 – How to get Python to say Hi to you by name”
The Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ have been moved to a quarterly security update schedule after three years receiving monthly security updates. These phones have now reached their third birthday and it was expected for them to move to a quarterly schedule.
The iPod Classic, Mini, and Nano seem like a thing of the past, but what about the iPod Nano 7th generation released only eight years ago in 2012 and continued being produced and sold until mid 2017? Nowadays, iPods are like iPhones, minus the call, texting, and mobile data functionality. In my honest opinion, you’dContinue reading “iPod Nano 7th generation in 2020”
In my last blog post, I wrote about the newly launched iPhone SE 2 which has an iPhone 8 design with iPhone 11 internal specs. The new iPhone, however, does not have a plus variant, and buying the iPhone 8 Plus as an alternative budget iPhone is also harder considering Apple have stopped selling theContinue reading “iPhone SE 2 Plus delayed until the second half of 2021 likely due to coronavirus outbreak”
Yesterday Apple announced the iPhone SE 2. Whilst it is the successor to the iPhone SE, Apple refer to it as the iPhone SE, which could cause some confusion, but I’m honestly glad to see a successor to such a great phone.
Samsung have always updated their flagships with two major OS upgrades as well as three years of monthly security updates. Last year, Samsung added an extra year of quarterly updates for the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge, and are likely to do the same with the S8 soon. However, if Samsung can do this, theyContinue reading “Why Samsung should support their devices for longer”
As of today the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge have been removed from Samsung’s update schedule and will no longer receive security updates. What does this mean for you?
The iPhone 4S ended on iOS 9, meaning it missed out on a whole load of great features of later iOS versions, including a revamped Apple Music, smarter Siri, group FaceTime, redesigned control centre, dark mode, and much more.
If you’re having issues with installing iOS updates on your device because of insufficient space, there are solutions to this. iOS updates is one of the reasons a 16GB iPhone isn’t good enough, and luckily Apple have not made any 16GB iPhones since the iPhone SE in early 2015. All iPhones from the iPhone 7Continue reading “How to fix “Insufficient space for download” when trying to update your iOS device”
The iPhone 6S was released in 2015 alongside iOS 9 and came preinstalled with it, and has since received updates all the way to iOS 13, becoming the oldest iPhone to support iOS 13 after Apple dropped support for the iPhone 6 and 6+ released in 2014 along with all other devices with less thanContinue reading “iPhone 6S in 2020 – still good?”