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Saturday, January 23, 2016

Which Apple Watch should you choose? #iphonereair, #drmobiles, #0800429429,

Saturday, 23rd January, 2016



Apple Watch has been on sale for almost a year, with new models added to the line up a few months back in September 2015. There are numerous models to choose from, with three main ranges available, two sizes in each range and multiple straps, making choosing the right one for you quite tricky.
With the additional models, there are now 12 models to choose from in the Watch Sport range alone, 20 models in the Watch range, eight models in the Watch Edition range and 10 models in a new Hermès range. Yes, 50 standard models in total, and if you mix and match by adding extra straps to the first three ranges, this figure quickly goes up.
Of course, it doesn't just come down to which model you like the best in terms of the design because the one we like the most costs over £10,000. And no, we aren't joking. This feature aims to make it easy for you to see what models are available, how much they cost and what the differences are between them all in order to find the right one for you and your budget.

Apple Watch Sport
The most affordable of the three ranges is the Apple Watch Sport. It costs £299 for the 38mm version and £339 for the 42mm version.
There are 12 models available comprising of four aluminium body colours, 38mm or 42mm sizes and various straps that come with respective models. All the Apple Watch Sport models come with a Sports Band included in the price, but you are restricted to the band Apple choose with each model.
For example, the new rose gold 38mm model comes with a Lavender Sports Band. If you wanted a White Sports Band or another colour instead, you'd have to pay extra £39, rather than swap it out.



Apple Watch
The Apple Watch models are the mid-range Apple Watch, opting for stainless steel body over the Sport's aluminium. The Apple Watch models start at £479 for the 38mm model and £519 for the 42mm version, both of which come with a Sports Band as the strap.
As we mentioned, there are 20 models available in total and as with the Apple Watch Sport, if you want a different strap, you'll have to pay more. For example, a Classic Buckle or Milanese Loop rather than a Sports Band will set you back £559 for the 38mm and £599 for the 42mm.
Top of the Apple Watch range is the 42mm Space Black stainless steel case with a Space Black Link Bracelet, which costs £949.


Apple Watch Edition
The Apple Watch Edition is the most expensive of the Apple Watch models available and as we said, it comes in eight models. The cheapest in this range is the 38mm 18-carat rose gold model that comes with a Sports Band and costs £8,000 in the UK, while the 42mm model costs £9,500.
Interestingly, the priciest models of this range are both 38mm options rather than 42mm. There is an 18-carat yellow gold model and an 18-carat rose gold model in both 38mm and 42mm but there is a £1,500 price difference.
The 38mm options come with Modern Buckles in Bright Red and Rose Grey respectively, while the 42mm models come with Classic Buckles in Black and Midnight Blue respectively. Despite the 42mm normally costing more however, the 38mm models are £13,500, while the 42mm are £12,000.


Apple Watch Hermès
The Apple Watch Hermès is only available in selected locations and as you may have guessed from the name, it is a specifically-designed Apple Watch that has been created in collaboration with Paris fashion brand Hermès.
There are 10 models to choose from, as we mentioned, and along with a special Hermès watch face, the Apple Watch Hermès models also feature leather straps handmade by the fashion company's artisans in France. Each Apple Watch Hermès has the Hermès logo on the underside of the watch body, as well as on the strap. You can read our hands-on here.
There is the Double Tour model for the 38mm size only, which comes in four strap colours and wraps twice around the wrist. The Single Tour model comes in 38mm and 42mm options, with the 42mm available in two colours and the 38mm in three colours. The last model is the Cuff, which is only available in 42mm and the Fauve colour. It features a strap within a strap. Prices start at £1,000 with the most expensive Apple Watch Hermès hitting £1,350 so significantly less than the Apple Watch Edition, but a little pricier than the mid-range.



Straps
There are six straps available for the Apple Watch, each of which is compatible with all three of the main ranges.
The cheapest is the elastomer Sport Band that comes in 16 colours and costs £39. The Milanese Loop, which is a flexible magnetic stainless steel mesh, costs £129, as does the traditional-designed Classic 


Buckle that comes in two colours.
The Leather Loop is a soft, quilted leather that conceals magnets for quick fastening and adjustment. It comes in four colours and also costs £129, but it is only available for the 42mm model. The alternative for the 38mm is the Modern Buckle with two-piece magnetic closure that also comes in four colours but it's a little more expensive at £209.
The most expensive strap is the 316L stainless steel alloy with custom butterfly closure Link Bracelet, which comes in black and silver, and costs £379.
Best Apple Watch and strap combinations
Let's quickly do the maths: the cheapest Apple Watch Sport is £299 (38mm) and the cheapest strap that isn't a Sports Band is £129, a total of £428. That's £50 cheaper than the most affordable Apple Watch, which starts at £479 (38mm) and also has the Sports Band.
If you can live with the aluminium body rather than stainless steel, then the Sport is cheapest route and with the newer aluminium colours, it's an appealing route now too. For example, you could get the 38mm rose gold Apple Watch Sport with Modern Buckle for £508, which is a lot cheaper than the £13,500 lookalike. Granted the materials aren't as premium, but we're talking about £13,000 extra dollar in your pocket here.

Another good combination is the Space Black Apple Watch Sport 42mm with the Space Black Link Bracelet. The body costs £339 and the strap, which is now sold separately costs £449, for a total of £788. The black stainless steel option costs a total of £949 with the Space Black Link Bracelet so you save around £160 opting for aluminium over stainless steel.
The Watch Sport and its additional colours make the Apple Watch more accessible, but be prepared for splashing some cash if you want to upgrade it with a more premium strap as they don't come cheap and are therefore the Sport isn't always the better option.
 
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What are all the differences between the iPhone 5 and the iPod touch 5th Gen?

What are all the differences between the iPhone 5 and the iPod touch 5th Gen?

Please note that the iPhone 5 and iPod touch 5th Gen models have been discontinued. However, this Q&A has been updated with current iOS support details and is quite useful for anyone buying or selling either of these devices on the used market.

With a quick glance at any iPhone 5 model -- the iPhone 5 (GSM/North America), (GSM/CDMA), (GSM/International), (CDMA China), or (GSM AWS/North America) -- or an iPod touch 5th Gen model -- the iPod touch 5th Gen (32 GB/64 GB), (16 GB/No iSight), or 16 GB (2014/iSight) -- it would be easy to mistake the devices for one another.

Of course, the iPhone 5 provides mobile phone capabilities and the iPod touch 5th Gen does not, but there are many more major and subtle differences alike that are well worth evaluating in detail.


Photo Credit: Apple, Inc. (iPod touch 5th Gen - Left, iPhone 5 - Right)

External Housing Differences

From the above photos, it is clear that the iPod touch 5th Gen (on the left) and the iPhone 5 (on the right) look quite similar apart from color scheme. In fact, the two devices share a 4" (diagonal) widescreen "Retina" display with a 1136x640 native resolution (326 ppi). However, the housings are quite different from one another.

The iPhone 5 models only were issued in demure dark gray "slate" with a black glass front or silver with a white glass front.

By contrast, the subsequent 16 GB and 32 GB and 64 GB iPod touch 5th Gen (A1421) models were issued in six different "fun" color choices -- gray (which has a black glass front) along with silver, pink, yellow, blue, and red (which have white glass fronts).

For those interested in minutiae, in addition to the more colorful options, the 32 GB and 64 GB iPod touch 5th Gen configurations originally were offered in a dark gray "slate" and this was replaced with a medium colored gunmetal "space gray" on September 10, 2013. The subsequently introduced 16 GB configuration just was available in space gray along with its more colorful brethren.

The 16 GB iPod touch 5th Gen (A1509) only was sold with a black glass front and a silver back.

Although both devices use anodized aluminum "unibody" housings, the iPhone 5 models have essentially flat sides with "diamond cut" chamfered aluminum around the edge and an aluminum back with glass portions at the top and bottom to allow mobile and data signals to penetrate the case. The iPod touch 5th Gen models have almost an entirely aluminum back with gently rounded sides and a small plastic cutout in the upper right hand corner for signal penetration.

The A1421 16 GB, 32 GB, and 64 GB iPod touch 5th Gen models also have a pop out "nub" in the lower left hand corner to attach an "iPod touch loop" (sold separately for the 16 GB model) whereas the A1509 16 GB iPod touch 5th Gen without a rear camera and the iPhone 5 do not accommodate this wrist strap.


Photo Credit: Apple, Inc. (A1421 iPod touch 5th Gen - Left, iPhone 5 - Right)

Although the overall dimensions are similar, the iPod touch 5th Gen is 20% thinner and when combined with the gently tapered edges, the result "feels" significantly thinner than the iPhone 5. In fact, the iPod touch 5th Gen is so thin that the camera lens "pokes out" from the case enough that it doesn't lay flat on a table.

Both devices also include Apple's "EarPods" headphones, but the iPhone 5 EarPods have an integrated microphone and inline remote whereas the iPod touch 5th Gen has a cheaper variant that lacks the microphone and remote capabilities.

Camera Differences

There are significant camera differences between the iPhone 5 and the iPod touch 5th Gen models.

The iPhone 5 has two cameras -- a front-mounted 1.2 megapixel 720p "FaceTime HD" camera and a rear-mounted 8 megapixel 1080p "iSight" camera.

The 16 GB and 32 GB and 64 GB configurations (A1421) of the iPod touch 5th Gen also have two cameras -- the same front-mounted 1.2 megapixel 720p "FaceTime HD" camera as the iPhone 5, but it has a lower quality rear-mounted 5 megapixel 1080p "iSight" camera.

The lower-end 16 GB iPod touch 5th Gen (A1509) also has the same front-mounted 720p "FaceTime HD" camera, but it does not have a rear camera at all.

Identification Differences

Although the iPhone 5 and iPod touch 5th Gen models are simple to differentiate when they are side-by-side, specific identification details still can be useful when the devices are not next to one another. The easiest external identifier to use is the Model Number listed in small type on the back of each device toward the bottom.

There are five different iPhone 5 models, and precise differentiation is complicated, but for the purpose of this Q&A, they can be collectively identified by the A1428, A1429, and A1442 model numbers.

The 16 GB and 32 GB and 64 GB iPod touch 5th Gen models with dual cameras share model number A1421 whereas the discontinued 16 GB iPod touch 5th Gen without a rear camera is model number A1509.

Everyi.com's Ultimate iLookup feature -- as well as the EveryMac app for iOS 5 or later, Android, and Kindle Fire -- also can identify these iPhone and iPod touch models by Order Number (launch the Settings app and then select General > About and finally scroll down to what is referred to as "Model" in the iOS). For example, the 16 GB iPod touch 5th Gen without a rear camera is ME643LL/A.

Both the site and EveryMac app additionally can identify these devices by their Serial Numbers, as well.

Internal & Technical Differences

Internally, the iPhone 5 and iPod touch 5th Gen models have little in common other than storage capacity options and shared support for 802.11a/b/g/n (including both the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz frequencies of 802.11n) and Bluetooth 4.0.

Different iPhone 5 models support differing cellular connectivity, but all have cellular capabilities (voice, text, and data, on basic terms), whereas the iPod touch 5th Gen models do not. The iPhone 5 also supports GPS and GLONASS and have a compass, whereas the iPod touch 5th Gen models do not.

The iPod touch 5th Gen models have a 1 GHz dual-core A5 processor and 512 MB of RAM whereas the iPhone 5 has a much faster dual core 1.3 GHz Apple A6 processor and 1 GB of RAM.

iOS Support Differences

Both the iPhone 5 and the iPod touch 5th Gen models fully support iOS 6 and iOS 7. The iPhone 5 fully supports iOS 8 and iOS 9, but as they do not have cellular capability, the iPod touch 5th Gen models do not support the Instant Hotspot, Phone Calls (from Mac), or SMS features. The iPod touch 5th Gen also does not support Transit running iOS 9.

However, altough the iPhone 5 is fully supported, it is significantly slower running iOS 9 than iOS 8

As the iPod touch 5th Gen is substantially less powerful than the iPhone 5, with a slower processor and half the RAM, iOS 9 definitely is slower than iOS 8 or iOS 7 on this device, as well. If performance is most important to you, it would be best to run iOS 7 on the iPod touch 5th Gen. However, this unfortunately means that the most up-to-date apps will not work. Note that if any of these devices have been updated to a later version of the iOS it is not simple to "downgrade" to an earlier version without resorting to "jailbreaks" or other hacks, either.

Historically, also note that Apple tends to discontinue iOS support more quickly for the iPod touch than the iPhone, at least partially because the iPod touch generally is less powerful than iPhone models available at the same time. It is a reasonably safe bet that this pattern will continue and Apple will support the iPhone 5 longer than the iPod touch 5th Gen. In fact, it seems unlikely that the iPod touch 5th Gen will support the next version of the iOS.

Pricing Differences

Originally, the 16 GB iPod touch 5th Gen without a rear camera was US$229 and the 32 GB and 64 GB iPod touch 5th Gen models with dual cameras were US$299 and US$399, respectively.

On June 26, 2014, Apple discontinued the 16 GB iPod touch without the rear camera, replaced it with a 16 GB iPod touch with a rear camera for US$199 and lowered the price of the 32 GB and 64 GB iPod touch 5th Gen configurations to US$249 and US$299, respectively. These remaining iPod touch 5th Gen models were discontinued on July 15, 2015.

The iPhone 5 models originally were available for US$199, US$299, or US$399 -- with 16 GB, 32 GB, or 64 GB of storage, respectively -- locked to a mobile phone company with a two-year service contract. Unlocked and contract free, the iPhone 5 models were originally US$649, US$749, and US$849. The iPhone 5 was discontinued on September 10, 2013.

Comparison Chart

For your convenience, the primary differences between the iPhone 5 and the iPod touch 5th Gen are summarized below:


 
iPhone 5

iPod touch 5th Gen
Display:1136x640 (326 ppi)1136x640 (326 ppi)
Cameras:720p (1.2 MP)
1080p (8 MP)
720p (1.2 MP)
None/1080p (5 MP)*
Processor Speed:1.3 GHz1 GHz
Processor Type:Apple A6Apple A5
Processor Cores:DualDual
RAM:1 GB512 MB
Storage Size:16, 32, 64 GB16, 32, 64 GB
Wi-Fi:802.11a/b/g/n802.11a/b/g/n
GSM/EDGE:YesNo
UMTS:YesNo
HSDPA:YesNo
HSUPA:YesNo
EV-DO:Yes (Some Configurations)No
4G/LTE:Yes (Most Configurations)No
Bluetooth:44
GPS:YesNo
Compass:YesNo
Connectivity:LightningLightning
Battery Life (Talk):8 HoursN/A
Battery Life (Music):40 Hours40 Hours
Battery Life (Video):10 Hours8 Hours
iOS 6 Support:CompleteComplete
iOS 7 Support:CompleteComplete
iOS 8 Support:CompletePartial
iOS 9 Support:CompletePartial
Transit (iOS 9):YesNo
Color Options:White/BlackMultiple Colors
Dimensions (Inches):4.87 x 2.31 x 0.304.86 x 2.31 x 0.24
Weight (Ounces):3.95 oz. (112 g)3.10 oz. (88 g)
Model Number:A1428/A1429/A1442A1421/A1509
Intro. Price:US$199, $299, $399†US$229, US$299, US$399§

 

* The 16 GB and 32 GB and 64 GB configurations (A1421) of the iPod touch 5th Gen have two cameras. The 16 GB configuration (A1509) has a front-mounted 720p "FaceTime HD" camera, but it does not have a rear camera at all.

† These are the original prices for the iPhone 5 on AT&T with a two-year contract in the US. Pricing on other carriers, such as T-Mobile, was different. Unlocked and contract free iPhone models also were available at a premium.

§ The 16 GB iPod touch 5th Gen that lacks the iSight camera was US$229 (this model was discontinued on June 26, 2014). The 32 GB and 64 GB configurations were originally US$299 and US$399, respectively. The 16 GB and 32 GB and 64 GB configurations (A1421) were US$199, US$249, and US$299, respectively, from June 26, 2014 until they were discontinued on July 15, 2015.


iPhone & iPod touch Purchase & Sale Options

There are any number of places to purchase a new or used iPod touch or iPhone as well as services. However, purchasing from a quality company with extensive Apple knowledge -- and after sales support -- will provide the best experience and save you money and time, too.

In the US, site sponsor PowerMax has a good selection of used iPod touch andiPhone models available free of sales tax. PowerMax also accepts trade-ins on older devices toward the purchase of newer ones or anything else they sell. If you just want money for your old iPhone or iPod touch, site sponsor BuyBackWorld will buy yours directly for fast cash.

In Ireland, site sponsor SmartSpot sells a variety of used iPod touch and iPhone models with free shipping. Affordable shipping is provided across the EU, too.

In Southeast Asia, Singapore-based site sponsor PCPRO provides quick money forused iPhone models as well as all other Apple hardware.

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Monday, January 18, 2016

Interesting Facts about India you may not know about! www.drmobiles.co.nz Apple iPad Pro Repair and iPhone Unlock

The largest employer in the world is the Indian railway system in India, employing over 1.6 million people.
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21 Indians fought to death against 10,000 afghans to defend a strategic army post in 1897.
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The Prime Minister of India's salary in 2013 was only $2,400 USD.
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In 1954, archaeologists excavating an 8th-century Viking settlement in Sweden found a Buddha statuette from India.
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There is a golden temple in India that feeds thousands of people who show up randomly regardless of race, religion and class.
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Famous Failed Tech Prediction From Famous People (forecast, wrong, mistake), Auckland, New Zeland

It's not easy to predicted what will happen after 100 years. Even people couldn't think one day man will go to moon, travel on the open air, connect the world through internet. Actually, predictions moved away from religious topics to scientific and technological because of the presence of technology. Unfortunately, some famous people failed to predicate in advanced technologies. Here are a few of the failed predictions by famous people. Check out.

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128,000 Dominoes Falling Around the World for the Guinness World Records! iPhone 6S Plus Repair, Auckland 0800429429

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16 of the Best Street Food You MUST TRY Before You Die! Dr Mobiles Limited, Auckland, New Zealand 0800 429 429

1
Waffles - Belgium
Outside of the States, these sweet treats aren't just reserved for Brunch. In fact, Belgium is the originator of the waffle and the ones here are much different (and way better) than the ones you get in the U.S. The batter is much doughier, sweeter, and crispier. You can eat them plain or top with a generous amount of Nutella, bananas, powdered sugar, strawberries, or soft-serve ice cream.
2
Arepas - Columbia
Traditional Colombian arepas are corn cakes that can be eaten in a variety of ways. You'll see them stuffed with cheese, doused with sugar, deep-fried to perfection, or covered in vegetables and meat. Whether you like them sweet or salty, for breakfast or for a 2 AM snack, arepas will satisfy you like no other street food can.
3
Fish & Chips - London
It's hard to resist ordering fish & chips in England especially when they are so darn delicious. Imagine getting a piping hot plate of beer-battered cod or haddock that's crunchy on the outside and buttery and tender on the inside. Paired with crispy chips, tartar sauce, and mushy peas, this is one glorious meal.
4
Mannekin Pis Fries - Amsterdam
There's a reason this famous French fry stand has a long line from morning til night every single day. These amazing fries are perfectly crisp on the outside and soft and potato-y on the inside. It is as if a mashed potato was shaped into a stick and then deep-fried. The best part about these fries are the plethora of sauces you can put on top. The Dutch love smothering them in mayo, but you can also opt for ketchup or cheese.
5
Döner Kebab - Germany
The Döner Kebab, to be found on every street corner in Germany, is arguably one of the greatest fast food items in the history of fast food items. It is a sandwich filled with roasted meat (most commonly turkey), and topped with an abundance of lettuce, tomato, onions, cabbage, chili flakes, and garlic-yogurt sauce.
6
Halo-Halo - Philippines
This colorful creation is a popular dessert in the Philippines. Cool down on a hot summer day with this sundae made with shaved ice and evaporated milk. It is served in a tall glass or bowl with sweet beans, jello, coconut syrup, and fruits.
7
Xiaolongbao - Shanghai
Tasty and satisfying, this must-try street food consists of steamed dumplings, filled with minced pork and rich broth. The name literally means 'little basket buns', as xiaolongbao are traditionally cooked in bamboo baskets. Although you can find these dumplings in Chinatowns all over the world, the most authentic are in Shanghai.
8
Sabich - Israel
Everybody knows what falafel is, but this lesser-known Israeli street food is even better! Sabich is a warm and fluffy pita loaded with fried eggplant, tahini, hummus, crumbled hard-boiled egg, lettuce, cabbage, pickles, and hot sauce. It is an insanely savory meal for a very cheap price.
9
Banh Mi - Vietnam
No list of great street food would be complete without banh mi, a legacy of French colonial rule in Vietnam. The key ingredient is a thinner and crisper Vietnamese-style baguette (made with rice and wheat flour), which is usually filled with a fresh and colorful mix of coriander, pickled carrot, daikon and meats ranging from pork belly to chicken.
10
Vada Pav - Mumbai
This Mumbai staple is a spiced potato patty served in a soft buttery bun. You can find this Indian-style burger on almost every street corner.
11
Bunny Chow - South Africa
Don't worry, no bunnies are used in this South African dish. Bunny Chow starts innocently enough with a square loaf of soft, white bread. Then, the middle is hallowed out, and replaced with lip-searing spicy curry. It's hot, messy, and impossible to eat without using both hands and lots of napkins.
12
Gelato - Italy
It's no secret that gelato is ubiquitous to Italy. This rich and creamy dessert is so good it should be eaten at all times. Walking into a gelateria is mind-blowing. There are so many delicious flavors to choose from. Some of the most popular are stracciatella (chocolate chip), bacio (chocolate hazelnut), and the strawberry or lemon sorbets.
13
Khao Moo Daeng - Bangkok
If you're looking for authentic Thai street food, head over to Bangkok. The city is packed with food stalls selling all sorts of delicious cuisines. Khao Moo Daeng is a traditional dish made with sliced barbecued pork, placed on a bed of hot rice, flooded with smokey red sauce, and garnished with a few sprigs of cilantro. If you're in the mood for something else, try the various noodle bowls or curry stands - they are everywhere!
14
Poutine - Canada
This Canadian comfort food can be considered a heart attack in a bowl. These loaded French fries are covered in thick gravy and topped with fresh cheese curds.
15
Crepes - France
If you're craving something yummy and fast, go to a crepe stand and prepare to fall in love. You can choose sweet like Nutella or savory like spinach and mushrooms. Watching the person make your crepe is fun, but eating it is even better. Imagine biting into a warm crepe and tasting the filling melt in your mouth. Très Délicieux!
16
Tacos - California
Califorina's food truck scene is one of the best culinary spots in the world. You will find food trucks parked all over the place selling incredible globally-inspired foods. The most popular trucks are the taco ones because California is known for its exceptional tacos. You'll see trucks selling traditional carne asada tacos as well as Asian tacos, vegetarian tacos, fish tacos, and more.