The Google Pixel 6 isn’t £349 cheaper

Giving away a pair of £349 Bose headphones with Pixel 6 and Pro purchases is a great deal but only if you’re in the market already for a pair of Bose headphones. I’ve been looking at over the ear headphones and no way I’m spending over £500 on Apple’s overpriced ones. This was a reasonContinue reading “The Google Pixel 6 isn’t £349 cheaper”

I gave up trying to buy a Pixel 6 (a less than ideal launch from Google)

Last night I was really excited to give the new Google Pixel 6 Pro a go and put in an order. I’ve got a really old android phone and wanted to update to the latest Pixel but Google absolutely fell on it’s backside on this launch. You’d think a cloud company like Google could stayContinue reading “I gave up trying to buy a Pixel 6 (a less than ideal launch from Google)”

Why I’ve switched to Safari in iOS 15

I’ve been using the DuckDuckGo browser on my iOS devices since it launched but with iOS 15 I’ve completely switched over to Safari. There is only one reason I’ve done this – Private Relay. Normally when you browse the web, information contained in your web traffic, such as your DNS records and IP address, canContinue reading “Why I’ve switched to Safari in iOS 15”

Some thoughts on the Apple “unleashed” event

Apple yesterday had their “unleashed” event which turned out to be focussed on Music and MacBook Pro. A Siri only subscription? This has me scratching my head a bit. I can see that a cheaper £4.99 subscription is a good thing but to only be able to access it via Siri is a miss inContinue reading “Some thoughts on the Apple “unleashed” event”

An expensive cleaning cloth, well that’s modern Apple for you

This is one of the many little reasons Apple have got as much money as they do, just like this one too. It’s easy to joke about it but the sad thing is that there will be people that will order it. Losing focus on the fun and creativity of it’s products and moving towardsContinue reading “An expensive cleaning cloth, well that’s modern Apple for you”