The iPad 4 was released alongside the iPhone 5 in 2012, featuring the same Apple A6 processor. It was the last iPad to feature a 32-bit processor, as all future iPads came with at least a 64-bit A7 or later. The iPad 4 received updates from iOS 6 all the way to iOS 10.3.3. AppleContinue reading “iPad 4 in 2021 – Still a good tablet?”
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?”
Android 10 has been available on Pixel phones for a few months now, but only a couple months ago Samsung started rolling the stable update out to their Galaxy S10 and Note10 series phones. The standard update policy for Samsung flagships is three years of support, with two major OS upgrades. The Galaxy S9 andContinue reading “Android 10 on the Galaxy S9 – Review”
A lot of us are currently running Windows 10 on our PCs. Since it was released in 2015, Windows 10 has proved a good OS for not just PCs but IoT devices, tablets, and even phones despite the death of Windows 10 Mobile last month. We all should be running Windows 10 at the momentContinue reading “Evolution of Windows – From DOS to Windows 10: Part 1”
For Christmas I got a Raspberry Pi 4. I had to order a thermal cooling case as well as a USB-C power lead as well as a microHDMI to HDMI adapter (first one didn’t work, second one did luckily). I got the 4GB version so expect some great performance.
Not too long ago, iOS 13 was announced. It dropped support for the iPhone 6/6+ at the same time as the 5S, despite it being a year older. This came as a surprise although many people had been speculating it for months. This now leaves the 6S, 6S+, and SE as the oldest iPhones toContinue reading “iOS 13 – last major iOS update for the 6S/SE, or not?”
As of yesterday iOS 13.1 alongside iPadOS 13 has been released to the public for all iOS devices compatible with iOS 13, which are: iPhone iPhone 6S iPhone 6S+ iPhone SE iPhone 7 iPhone 7+ iPhone 8 iPhone 8+ iPhone X iPhone XS iPhone XS Max iPhone XR iPhone 11 iPhone 11 Pro iPhone 11Continue reading “iOS 13.1 has been released by Apple”
My current main phone is a Samsung Galaxy S9. However, another phone I own is an iPhone 4S which I have downgraded to iOS 6.1.3. iOS 6 is the last iOS generation that has the classic user interface which iOS 7 abandoned for a more modern UI. The current stable version of iOS (at theContinue reading “Living with the iPhone 4S as a main phone in 2019 (iOS 6)”
Sonic Dash is a game featuring Sonic the Hedgehog.
ARRGH! WORDPRSS FOR IOS CRASHED AND AUTO-PUBLISHED MY POST! IF YOU RECEIVED A MAIL AS ONE OF MY 55+ FOLLOWERS, THIS IS NOT THE FULL REVIEW. The first #SoftwareReview is about the Opera Coast web browser. Limitations: Only available on iPhone and iPad. No Address Bar! Pros: Nice UI, a plan for SeaSurf’s future. ReallyContinue reading “Opera Coast for iPhone and iPad #SoftwareReview”