• Android 11 was released towards the end of 2020. However, when life is busy, we can overlook the new features that are available to us. In this blog, we outline some of the nifty things that Android 11 can do…


        You can now manage all of your messages from different apps on your lock screen, with the option to prioritise people across multiple apps.

      • iOS 14 reimagines your phone to make it easier to access the things you want. Plus, the fresh new look brings features that you didn’t know you needed. Here’s some of our favourites.

        Personalise the Home screen

        You can now have widgets on the home screen of your iPhone which show you more information from within apps. Choose from different sizes, and arrange them around your existing apps however you like.

      • The Google Pixel 4a range offers two devices that are packed with all the things you look for in a phone, whilst not leaving a hole in your wallet. Harnessing the power of the latest network speeds, the 5G version is described as “the essential 5G Google Phone”. Take a look at what they have to offer…


        The Pixel 4a battery is capable of enduring the working day and allows for fast charging, so you can top up when you’re on the go.

      • The recent Apple event launched the new range of products. Here’s a summary of what they announced.

        iPhone 12 Pro & iPhone 12

        Apple now have a 5G offering. The iPhone 12s are both 5G ready and home to a new A14 Bionic chip. There are a range of sizes available, with the iPhone 12 Pro Max at 6.7”, to the iPhone 12 mini at 5.4”. The Pro version offers a Pro camera system, more advanced sensors and a higher performance battery.

      • The Samsung Unpacked event took place on 11th February. They had some incredible announcements to make and we’ve summed them up for you right here…

        Galaxy S20, S20+ and S20 Ultra

        These handsets have been designed around the camera. This is such an essential part of many people’s day to day life now. From sharing pictures of trips with friends to video calling loved ones. The camera features include:

      • Android 10 was released to Google phones, along with a handful of others models, at the beginning of September. While its release across the remaining Android models is still being awaited, we wanted to give you an idea of what to expect when it arrives…

        Increased Privacy

        Location Controls

        Location controls in Android will now give you three options for sharing your location with apps: always, while the app is in use or never.

      • Apple’s latest iPhone software release is now here. Here are our top 10 favourite iOS 13 features that are available to iPhone users…

        Sign in with Apple

        This feature will allow users to login to apps and websites using their Apple ID. After confirmation, using your Touch or Face ID, you’ll be good to go.

        Dark Mode

        Apple are finally introducing dark mode to iOS. The feature has been available on MacOS for some time but is only now making its way onto the iPhone. You can easily toggle dark mode on/off from the control centre. Not only is it good for using at night, but it can help extend your battery life too.

      • Last week, Apple hosted their 2019 event. We’ve summed up the key announcements from the 2 hour event here…

        Tim Cook opened the show by saying that Apple were focused on “innovations that enrich people’s lives”. They are continuing to work with hardware, software and services to provide solutions for their customers.

        iPhone 11 & iPhone 11 Pro

        The announcement of these products was the biggest part of the show, so let’s start with what’s new in the iPhone 11…