1. In Australia There Are More Old Mobile Phones Than People

    The number of old mobile phones cluttering up Australian homes has reached a whopping 25.5 million handsets, of which four million are broken and no longer even working.

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  2. Apple expects you to use your iPhone or iPad for 3 years

    How many years do you use your iPhone, iPad, Apple TV or Mac before shutting it down for the last time and sending it to the big Apple Store in the sky?

    While Apple products are typically far more solid and long-lasting than those made by rivals, the company offers a clue in a newly released document concerning Apple and its commitment to the environment.

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  3. 10 signs it's time to get a new phone

    For some, the sign it's time to get a new phone is when Tim Cook takes to the stage in September and announces a new iPhone is upon us. Or when Samsung unveils its latest Galaxy phone for Android.

    If you aren't on anything resembling a regular upgrade cycle, then your aging phone may be dropping some none-too-subtle hints that it's time put it out to pasture and buy a new phone.

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  4. 9 settings every new iPhone owner should change

    New iPhone? Take a peek at its settings. So many categories, so many options within those categories. It's enough to make your head swim.

    And you might find yourself wondering, are Apple's factory settings ideal? Right out of the box, is the iPhone really configured for optimal performance, productivity and battery life?

    Not so much. Here are the iPhone settings you should consider changing right away:

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  5. What to do with a broken mobile phone screen

    Many Android phones are a bit more durable than iPhones, but that doesn't mean they're immune to damage. Phone screens are made of glass, after all, and glass breaks when you drop it.

    So. You dropped your Android phone for the 60th time and you now have a beautiful spider web pattern blooming across your home screen. If you don't have month-to-month phone insurance, here are your options for getting that screen fixed.

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  6. Vodafone's iPhone 6s And iPhone 6s Plus Pricing

    Vodafone has released its plan prices for Apple’s new iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. While the larger model is a hefty jump in price, you do get plenty of data. Vodafone’s starting price for the iPhone 6s on a 24-month contract is $79 per month. Vodafone’s starting price for the larger iPhone 6s Plus on a 24-month contract is $87 per month.

    iPhone 6S LAUNCH Pricing


    24 Month Plan

    $40 Plan

    $60 Plan

    $80 Plan

    $100 Plan

    $130 Plan

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