Thanks to my friends over at Verizon, I had the opportunity to get my hands on the Samsung Galaxy S9+ (The Camera. Reimagined.) back on March 6th and got to use it for a month. Now keep in mind, I have been using my iPhone 7 as my primary phone throughout this time and will be upgrading in September to either the iPhone 8 Plus or the iPhone XI Plus (or what ever they decide to call it.) Though there are some features I like on the Samsung it is not enough to sway me over to Samsung and run out and get me one just yet. I have never owned an android phone as I went straight from my Blackberry to the iPhone 4 back in late 2010 and don’t plan on switching now. Keep in mind this doesn’t mean that it not a very good phone.
iPhones are the most popular type of smartphone in the world. Everyone’s always raving about the amazing features, interface and the quality of the camera. However, iPhones don’t come without their issues. They are just another form of technology after all. Just like any other computer, iPhones encounter issues when they are running, and we are here to help you solve some of the most common issues which occur with this device.
For some people, the first response to a piece of technology turning faulty is to put it in a drawer and buy a replacement – usually an upgraded model. But this isn’t always the best option, because more technology than you might think can be salvaged and restored to full working order. Just take a look at a few of the items outlined below.
Artist Allen Hirsch Invents A Hand/Phone Interface That Improves Your Relationship With Your Smartphone
HandL Smartphone Interfaces Feature A Patented Elastic and Brace System That Allows You To Hold Your Device With Just One Or Two Fingers – It Feels Like The Phone Is Floating In Your Hand
The entertainment world knows Allen Hirsch because Ellen DeGeneres collects his art. New Yorkers know him because he developed La Esquina, the underground SoHo restaurant that all the millennials flock to. The art world knows Hirsch because his inaugural portrait of Bill Clinton hung in the National Portrait Gallery in Washington DC and his paintings have appeared many times on the covers of Time magazine, in New York magazine and the New York Times.