Sunday, March 20, 2016

Death Wish: How to speed up to 300km/h on your crotch rocket! High Speed bike, illegal racing

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Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Top 10 (ten) reases to start using Google Plus for business! Dr Mobiles Limited, Auckland, iPhone, Repair, Unlock, 0800429429



From now on, you can use your Postcron account to manage your Google+ pages (in addition to Facebook pages, Facebook groups, and Twitter accounts).

Google Plus was established in the beginning of 2013 as the second largest social network in the world, having over 500 millon users. However, it seems that in this part of the world, no one's really started to feel the presence of this giant yet. BUT, you should know, that failing to take this seriously means letting a priceless opportunity for your business go to waste. Why? Because Google is making history and you can be part of it. Even better, you can get the ball rolling and start taking advantage of it right now!

In this post, we'll let you know which features make this social network so great, where it's potential comes from, and why your brand needs to be part of Google+ NOW. And last but not least, we'll show you exactly how to do it.

Before officially starting this article, we wanna set two things straight (even though they might seem obvious), as the saying goes "common sense is the least common of all senses".

Google Plus isn't Facebook. It's not Twitter either.

So, what do we mean by that?

Google Plus isn't just Facebook or Twitter's "competition", nor was it created so that Google wouldn't "fall behind". And it's by no means trying to replace either of these social networks. G+ is a completely different (and awesome) experience. It's part of a bigger plan launched by Google, in order to evolve the way we relate to one another, how we communicate with the world and with our OWN personal world. That's why it's SO exciting to have the chance to participate and do something about it before it's all over and stops being news.


Google Plus and the "ghost town" myth.

Many of you out there probably already have a G+ profile, but when surfing through it you get the feeling that "nothing's happening" or that "no one you know is there". This feeling makes sense because Google Plus wasn't created specifically so you can "spy" on and find out about the life of your long-lost love or look at pictures of your highschool classmates or take a look at how your niece's birthday party turned out. On the contrary. 

Google-Plus-Ghost

This social network encourages you to build new relationships based on your passion, interests, profession, or career. It offers a space to find information that's relevant to you and to share it with people who have the same interests as you, not every single person on your friends list. This helps you widen and build a new network of contacts. G+ also allows you to bring your brand closer to your followers and prospective customers in a new unique way, much different than other social networks do. There are already 500 millon people on it and it's only up to you to connect with them and all the others behind Google. After all, let's not forget, if you're part of G+, you're part of Google.

WHY USE GOOGLE PLUS: 10 IMPLACABLE REASONS.

1- G+ isn't a space for temporary, limited, 140 characters updates like on Twitter. And its not for meeting up with people like on Facebook. What makes it different is that Google Plus is promoted by the biggest technology platform on the planet. And that, my friends, should be taken advantage of, because what happens on G+, you know will be prioritized by Google.

2- Because in only a year and a half it grew exponentially and established itself as the second biggest social network in the world. And guess what? You have the chance to be part of this new experience, one which sooner or later EVERYBODY will be part of. Remember Twitter's story? At the beginning no one was sure about how to use it or why to use it. But, the brands that got there first got the best part of the deal.

3- Because everything you post on G+ is immediately indexed by Google. Thus, influencing search engine results positively. We know this is huge for companies and professionals, because the websites that appear on the first page of Google, and especially in the first few positions, get 54.8% of all clicks from users, according to a study by Optify.

4. Because entering the world of Google Plus means having a great deal of resources in one single place: Hangouts, Communities, Youtube, Google, Gmail, Google Maps and other dozens of products. Each of these was created to benefit and optimize your marketing strategy and take your brand even further.

G++

5. Because Google is offering us an innovative way to relate to the world in general, and especially to OUR world. Through the personalization of Google's search engine, they give you the opportunity to find specific information related and adjusted to your interests, preferences, and to those of your social environment (G+).

It's so amazing because it combines information, people, and context. Thus, if you manage to join this "new world" and can utilize this "new way" of finding and relating to people before it becomes a common thing, your brand will show up in the searches of thousands of users that are already in your circle. And, let's be honest, that'd be more than AWESOME.

6- The +1 button allows people to establish what's trendy, beyond those robotic algorithms that rank a website. According to Hubspot after analyzing more than 5 thousand websites it was revealed that the sites that use the "+1" button get 3.5 x more visits on Google+.

7- Because you can add authorship to your content. What's that? Well, in a few words and in order to make it simpler, this puts your profile picture next to your content in Google search results. It also allows you to build up your status and foster trust among users, thus affecting the amount of clicks you get, the traffic, and the visit volume. There are just too many benefits to count!

8- Because your brand can participate in different communities, (which can't be done on other social networks).This means you don't have to sit around waiting for users to wind up on your page, instead, your brand can go around the world actively connecting with people. On G+ it's easy to connect with prospective customers by finding them in groups that share the same interests as your brand. This is just one example and the strategy can actually go much much beyond that.

9- Because you have a great resource for connecting with your customers and your audience in a totally new and unique way FREE OF CHARGE. Check it out:

HANG OUT ON AIR LOGO

Hangouts on Air (HOA) offers an excellent opportunity to get closer to your users by means of live demonstrations, debates, and online conferences (uploaded automatically to Youtube). Anything from displaying how your new application works, gathering French cuisine lovers, cooking a recipe online, to performing a live demonstration of a product can be "broadcasted" and watched live or later. You can take full advantage of HOA in so many ways that work for your brand or business.

10 – Because you can be the place where your customers want to be.



Google Plus Local

With Google+ Local, users can discover and share places. Through the scoring system they can get information and read reviews of a business before even visiting it. The info comes from those who have already been there and/or are already part of THEIR circles, hence, people they know and trust.
If you'd like to investigate this feature further, don't miss out on the following links:

What is is?

How to create a Local Google+ page

THE KEYS TO "THE WHYs" YOU SHOULD USE A GOOGLE+ PAGE

So that you can really see why we insist that using Google Plus has such great potential, we're gonna give you a series of links that you can't fail to read, watch and analyze!

Search, "plus Your World"

In reason #5 we said Google was putting a new way of looking for, finding, and connecting with the world and with YOUR personal world  into motion. With "plus Your World" Google understands not only content, they understand people, relationships, and the context that surrounds them. Shortly, probably sooner than we think, we're gonna be able to enjoy these three new features Google has created for just this purpose, which your brand has got to make the most of.



Personal Results: which enable you to find information just for you, such as Google+ photos and posts—both your own and those shared specifically with you, that only you will be able to see on your results page;
Profiles in Search, both in autocomplete and results, which enable you to immediately find people you're close to or might be interested in following; and,
Profiles and Pages which help you find people profiles and Google+ pages related to a specific topic or area of interest, and enable you to follow them with just a few clicks. Because behind most every query is a community.

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Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Six of the best battery saving tips for your Apple iPhone 6S - Dr Mobiles Limited, Auckland iPad, iPod, Repair, Unlock, #drmobiles

How to get the most from your Apple smartphone



APPLE HAS ADMITTED to a battery life fault affecting the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus handsets. The problem, which occurs when the time or time zone on the handset is changed manually, sees the iPhone's battery percentage level stop updating, fooling owners into thinking that they have more juice left than they actually have. 



iPhone 6S flipped
With this in mind, we've rounded up six of the best tricks for extending the battery life of your iPhone as, let's be honest, even without this latest problem, the Apple smartphone isn't known for its stellar battery capacity.

Turn down brightness
The iPhone 6S has almost as many pixels as an 11in MacBook Air with its 4.7in 750x1334 326ppi display, so it will come as little surprise that the screen is the biggest drain on the battery. 
You can change the vibrancy of the display to get around this. A quick way is to turn down brightness using the slider in Control Centre, accessed by swiping up from the bottom of the display. You should also go to Settings > Display and Brightness to make sure you have the Auto Brightness feature switched off, as this will stop your handset cranking the brightness levels back up. 

Switch off parallax
Parallax is a feature introduced in iOS 7 that adds depth perception and 3D effects to the iPhone's display. This makes some people feel seasick, but it's probably also having a detrimental effect on battery life given that it constantly uses your iPhone's graphics processor.
Thankfully, it can be switched off. Go to Settings > General > Accessibility > and switch on Reduce Motion to temporarily turn off all the parallax effects.

Disable location services
One of the biggest battery draining features of any smartphone is the location-tracking crap that apps load onto them. If you want to save some extra juice - and your privacy - this feature can be switched off by going to Settings > Privacy > Location Services.
If there are some apps you want to be able to use your location, such as Apple Maps, there's also the option to switch off the feature on a per-app basis. 

Stop quitting all of your apps
Yep, we all do it, but quitting all of your apps from the multitasking menu doesn't actually increase battery life. When you do this - by double tapping the Home button and swiping upwards on open apps - it means you take it out of RAM, which in turn means that when you open it again the iPhone has to load it back into memory.

Put it face down
Disabling Notifications is an obvious way to extend your battery life, and you can do so by simply placing your iPhone 6S face down on a surface. As soon as you do this, iOS 9 stops the screen lighting up when you receive a notification of any kind. You will be notified instead via sound or vibration.

Low Power Mode
Apple introduced a new feature in iOS 9 called Low Power Mode that promises to take some of the pain out of trying to extend your iPhone's battery, and the firm claims that it will provide three extra hours of life.
Unfortunately, the battery-saving feature doesn't save itself on, and you'll instead have to do it manually if you fear you're going to run out of juice. Go to Settings > Battery > Low Power Mode. Once switched on, it will stop push email, Hey Siri, background app refresh, automatic downloads and some visual effects
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Breaking News: iPhone 5se Apple's next-generation 4-inch iPhone, rumored to be coming on March 21st, 2016



AT A GLANCE


The iPhone 5se is rumored to be the name of Apple's upcoming 4-inch iPhone. It is said to look similar to an iPhone 5s, but with slightly curved cover glass and some upgraded internal specs, including an A9 processor and support for Apple Pay.

What to expect?

Since the launch of the 4.7 and 5.5-inch iPhone 6 and 6 Plus in September of 2014, there have been rumors suggesting Apple plans to introduce a new 4-inch device aimed at those who want something both more affordable and smaller in size. Despite rumors, no new device materialized in 2015, but as of 2016, rumors have ramped up and it appears a new 4-inch iPhone will launch in March of 2016 at an event to be held on the 21st.



For several months, rumors about the 4-inch iPhone were all over the place, perhaps as Apple itself worked to solidify a design and internal specs. With parts for the device now in production ahead of the March launch, we're getting a clearer picture of what we can expect from the 4-inch iPhone.

Said to be called the "iPhone 5se" or simply the "iPhone SE," the new device is modeled after the iPhone 5s. The name is meant to denote its position as a second-generation upgraded version of the iPhone 5s. Earlier rumors about the 4-inch iPhone said it could be similar to the iPhone 5c, leading the media to refer to 4-inch device as the "iPhone 6c" over the past year, but that name was later abandoned in favor of iPhone 5se or iPhone SE. iPhone 6c, iPhone 5se, and iPhone SE rumors refer to the same 4-inch device Apple is developing.

Rumors suggest the iPhone 5se will be the close in size and shape to the iPhone 5s, with the same general dimensions. It will include a display that curves slightly at the edges, but the curve is said to be less dramatic than the curved display on Apple's newest devices.


When taking into account all of the different rumors we've heard, the iPhone 5se may be on par with Apple's larger-screened devices when it comes to performance, but it's not going to share all of the same features as Apple's flagship devices. Internally, the iPhone 5se is likely to have the same A9 processor used in the iPhone 6s, but it may be limited to 1GB RAM and it may only come in 16 and 64GB capacities, with no 128GB option.

The iPhone 5se is rumored to include the 12-megapixel rear camera found in the iPhone 6s. It will include improved autofocusing, support for larger panoramas, and the ability to capture Live Photos. While it can take Live Photos, the iPhone 5se will not be receiving 3D Touch because 3D Touch is a flagship feature in the iPhone 6s.


Like all of Apple's recent iPhones, the iPhone 5se will include an NFC chip and Touch ID to support the company's Apple Pay payment service. It will also include the latest iPhone features like Bluetooth 4.2, fast 802.11ac WiFi, and VoLTE. Rumors suggest it could have a 1,624 mAh battery, which is larger than the battery in the iPhone 5s.

The iPhone 5se will be available in the same colors as the iPhone 5s, offered in Silver, Gold, and Space Gray, along with a possible Rose Gold option. As for pricing, rumors suggest the entry-level device could be priced at $400 to $500.

Apple's new 4-inch iPhone is expected to launch in the spring, at an event that will take place on Monday, March 21.
Design Drawings and Mockups


A set of iPhone 5se mockups based on information sourced from accessory makers depicts a design that is very similar to the iPhone 5s. The dimensions for both phones are said to be the same, measuring in at approximately 123.8mm tall, 58.6mm wide, and 7.6mm thick.

One of the mockups (above) depicts an iPhone 5se body that is almost identical to the iPhone 5s, while another (below) features a body melding iPhone 5s design elements with design elements taken from the iPhone 6, such as the curved cover glass and a slightly protruding rear camera.


The differences between the two separate iPhone 5se concepts can be seen clearly in renderings created by designer Martin Hajek. The image below compares a mockup made by 9to5Mac and a mockup made by OnLeaks (both designed from independently sourced information). Also included is a rendering designed by Curved Labs, which is purely fictional and not based on actual information about the device.

Rumors about the iPhone 5se have indicated it will be of a similar size and shape to the iPhone 5s, with the two even able to share cases, but that information doesn't line up with rumors suggesting it will have a curved display, a feature that would result in an iPhone 6-style design. Taking all of the different rumors into account, we commissioned a set of renderings based on the OnLeaks drawing that combines a curved front display with an iPhone 5s-sized body. It is not clear if this is the design the iPhone 5se will adopt, but it is our best estimation of what it might look like based on current rumors.

We've heard plenty of rumors about the iPhone 5se's design, but we have seen no part leaks that depict the back of the device, which is another factor that contributes to uncertainty about its look. With no visual evidence, it's still difficult to determine whether the iPhone 5se is an iPhone 5s clone or if it features a fresh design that takes cues from multiple devices.

An exact design for the 4-inch iPhone isn't yet pinned down, but rumors seem to agree that it will include a pill-shaped flash as on the iPhone 5s and a power button located at the top of the device. It will reportedly come in standard iPhone colors -- Silver, Space Gray, Rose Gold, and Gold.


Since the launch of the 4.7 and 5.5-inch iPhone 6 and 6 Plus in September of 2014, there have been rumors suggesting Apple plans to introduce a new 4-inch device aimed at those who want something both more affordable and smaller in size. Despite rumors, no new device materialized in 2015, but as of 2016, rumors have ramped up and it appears a new 4-inch iPhone will launch in March of 2016 at an event to be held on the 21st.

For several months, rumors about the 4-inch iPhone were all over the place, perhaps as Apple itself worked to solidify a design and internal specs. With parts for the device now in production ahead of the March launch, we're getting a clearer picture of what we can expect from the 4-inch iPhone.

Said to be called the "iPhone 5se" or simply the "iPhone SE," the new device is modeled after the iPhone 5s. The name is meant to denote its position as a second-generation upgraded version of the iPhone 5s. Earlier rumors about the 4-inch iPhone said it could be similar to the iPhone 5c, leading the media to refer to 4-inch device as the "iPhone 6c" over the past year, but that name was later abandoned in favor of iPhone 5se or iPhone SE. iPhone 6c, iPhone 5se, and iPhone SE rumors refer to the same 4-inch device Apple is developing.

Rumors suggest the iPhone 5se will be the close in size and shape to the iPhone 5s, with the same general dimensions. It will include a display that curves slightly at the edges, but the curve is said to be less dramatic than the curved display on Apple's newest devices.


When taking into account all of the different rumors we've heard, the iPhone 5se may be on par with Apple's larger-screened devices when it comes to performance, but it's not going to share all of the same features as Apple's flagship devices. Internally, the iPhone 5se is likely to have the same A9 processor used in the iPhone 6s, but it may be limited to 1GB RAM and it may only come in 16 and 64GB capacities, with no 128GB option.

The iPhone 5se is rumored to include the 12-megapixel rear camera found in the iPhone 6s. It will include improved autofocusing, support for larger panoramas, and the ability to capture Live Photos. While it can take Live Photos, the iPhone 5se will not be receiving 3D Touch because 3D Touch is a flagship feature in the iPhone 6s.

Like all of Apple's recent iPhones, the iPhone 5se will include an NFC chip and Touch ID to support the company's Apple Pay payment service. It will also include the latest iPhone features like Bluetooth 4.2, fast 802.11ac WiFi, and VoLTE. Rumors suggest it could have a 1,624 mAh battery, which is larger than the battery in the iPhone 5s.

The iPhone 5se will be available in the same colors as the iPhone 5s, offered in Silver, Gold, and Space Gray, along with a possible Rose Gold option. As for pricing, rumors suggest the entry-level device could be priced at $400 to $500.

Apple's new 4-inch iPhone is expected to launch in the spring, at an event that will take place on Monday, March 21.
Design Drawings and Mockups

A set of iPhone 5se mockups based on information sourced from accessory makers depicts a design that is very similar to the iPhone 5s. The dimensions for both phones are said to be the same, measuring in at approximately 123.8mm tall, 58.6mm wide, and 7.6mm thick.

One of the mockups (above) depicts an iPhone 5se body that is almost identical to the iPhone 5s, while another (below) features a body melding iPhone 5s design elements with design elements taken from the iPhone 6, such as the curved cover glass and a slightly protruding rear camera.


The differences between the two separate iPhone 5se concepts can be seen clearly in renderings created by designer Martin Hajek. The image below compares a mockup made by 9to5Mac and a mockup made by OnLeaks (both designed from independently sourced information). Also included is a rendering designed by Curved Labs, which is purely fictional and not based on actual information about the device.

Rumors about the iPhone 5se have indicated it will be of a similar size and shape to the iPhone 5s, with the two even able to share cases, but that information doesn't line up with rumors suggesting it will have a curved display, a feature that would result in an iPhone 6-style design. Taking all of the different rumors into account, we commissioned a set of renderings based on the OnLeaks drawing that combines a curved front display with an iPhone 5s-sized body. It is not clear if this is the design the iPhone 5se will adopt, but it is our best estimation of what it might look like based on current rumors.

We've heard plenty of rumors about the iPhone 5se's design, but we have seen no part leaks that depict the back of the device, which is another factor that contributes to uncertainty about its look. With no visual evidence, it's still difficult to determine whether the iPhone 5se is an iPhone 5s clone or if it features a fresh design that takes cues from multiple devices.

An exact design for the 4-inch iPhone isn't yet pinned down, but rumors seem to agree that it will include a pill-shaped flash as on the iPhone 5s and a power button located at the top of the device. It will reportedly come in standard iPhone colors -- Silver, Space Gray, Rose Gold, and Gold.

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Tuesday, March 8, 2016

World's tech leaders, convened in secret, talk Trump. Auckland, iPhone Repair, Takapuna, North Shore, 0800429429

World's tech leaders, convened in secret, talk Trump

What do the billionaires, politicians and tech leaders of the world talk about when they get together? The same things as the rest of us, it seems. And right now that means Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump.

Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook, Google co-founder Larry Page and Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk were among attendees at the hush-hush World Forum this weekend, according to the Huffington Post. The tech elite joined a number of high-profile guests at the annual retreat held at an exclusive resort on Sea Island, Georgia.

Hosted by the American Enterprise Institute, a neoconservative think tank, the forum is notoriously secretive. But attendee Bill Kristol, editor of The Weekly Standard, has shed light on some of what took place at the event, saying in an email seen by the Huffington Post that Trump was "a specter ... haunting the World Forum."

The confab took place amid heightened tensions between the tech sector and the US government, stirred up by the struggle over encryption between Apple and the FBI. But it's no surprise that Trump, already dominating the political discussion, was center of attention at the World Forum -- to which, it should be pointed out, he was not invited. It turns out, he's something both sides can agree on.

"There was much unhappiness about his emergence, a good deal of talk, some of it insightful and thoughtful, about why he's done so well, and many expressions of hope that he would be defeated," said Kristol about Trump's spectral presence.

Musk expressed his opinion publicly on Trump last October at the Vanity Fair summit. "I don't really have strong feelings except that hopefully Trump doesn't get the nomination of the Republican party," Mashable reported the entrepreneur as saying.

Page has not publicly stated any opinion on Trump. Google bigwigs in the past have leaned toward Democratic figures, most notably Google Chairman Eric Schmidt enjoying a close relationship with President Barack Obama.

Cook, meanwhile, has not so much taken a stance on Trump as the Republican frontrunner has taken a stance on him. The candidate blasted the Apple CEO for not handing the FBI the keys it would need to crack into an iPhone used by a terrorist who carried out December's attack in San Bernardino, California. Trump has also vowed to somehow force Apple to build its products in the US.

The FBI-Apple standoff did have a moment at the World Forum, with Cook given a hard time over the encryption debate by Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton, according to Huffington Post sources. Cotton has openly criticized Cook over the past few months, but was accused of being "pretty harsh" when the two came face to face. "Everyone was a little uncomfortable about how hostile Cotton was," one source reportedly said.

Apple did not respond to a request for comment.

The American Enterprise Institute also did not respond to a request for comment from CNET, but a spokeswoman told the Huffington Post: "The event is private and off the record, therefore we do not comment further on the content or attendees."

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Monday, February 22, 2016

Stupid criminals' strange but true news! Auckland Apple iPhone 7 Repair and Unlock, drmobiles


Shoplifting suspect left puddle of urine at crime scene
The thrill of shoplifting can trigger all manner of bodily ticks. In Florida, for instance, Brooke Amber Sutton, 27, allegedly left behind a puddle of urine when she made off with more than $2,100 in designer clothes.
An employee at the Ann Taylor store at Silver Sands Premium Outlets in Miramar Beach, claims Sutton also left behind her cell phone.
Sutton's been charged with theft, it having been argued that the only thing shed didn't take was the piss, which she left behind.



Mr Beezow Doo-doo Zopittybop-bop-bop arrested again
Evergreen State College police says Mr Beezow Doo-doo Zopittybop-bop-bop, 34, assaulted one of their number. Mr Beezow Doo-doo Zopittybop-bop-bop has been charged with first-degree assault (two counts), third-degree assault, third-degree malicious mischief and malicious harassment.
On Feb. 16, Mr Jeffrey Drew Wilschke – that being Mr Beezow Doo-doo Zopittybop-bop-bop's former name – will appear in court.
Jeff says he legally changed his name to Beezow Doo-doo Zopittybop-bop-bop in 2011.
In 2012, Mr Zopittybop-bop-bop was arrested on marijuana and weapon charges in Wisconsin. He was also arrested in 2013 on drug charges in Iowa.


Man has sex with 450 tractors, says Hugh Dunnit
When police found Ralph Bishop, 53, he had his trousers around his ankles and was "interfering" with a tractor parked in a field outside Saxmundham, Suffolk. Well so says the Suffolk Gazette's "Hugh Dunnit".
The story says that when questioned, the man admitted to having had sex with around 450 tractors all over the Suffolk countryside. Officers searched his home. They found a stash of more than 5,000 tractor images on his laptop. He appeared to favour John Deere and Massey Ferguson tractors, particularly green ones.
A police officer tells Hugh Dunnit:
"We couldn't believe it when we found him in the field. He was wearing a white t-shirt and Wellington boots and very little else. He was clearly in state of high excitement at the rear of the machine. Thankfully nobody else was around, but the field is close to a village primary school so we had to arrest him and educate him about the error of his ways. He told us he was particularly 'in to' axle grease and the presence of this around the back of tractors was all too much for him."

Fuel thieves drink poo after mistaking bus toilet outlet outlet for petrol tank!!
To Western Australia where fuel bandits are licking koalas and doing anything they can to get that taste of raw sewage out of their mouths. The thieves had tried to suck fuel from a parked bus. But they opened the waste tank instead of the one containing fuel.
Ooops! Or rather, Poops!

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The Lego Bandit wants his Mr Froggy returned or else (Strange but true news) Auckland iPhone, iPad Repair, Unlock, www.drmobiles.co.nz 0800429429


This story gets better the more you read. An inmate at DuPage County, Illinois, wants to be released within 14 days. He says that unless his the personal effects taken from him during his July 2015 arrest are retuned within that period, he will leave prison in a huff and moan a lot.

Ignatius "Michael" Pollara, 50, of Tamarac, Florida, wants returned his three pairs of underwear, a "Mr. Froggy" plush animal and concert tickets.

Mr Pollara is being held on $125,000 bail on a burglary charge, accused of stealing several paintbrushes and a box of pencils from a Lombard Hobby Lobby store.

Pollara argued in court on Thursday, against the advice of Assistant Public Defender Mark Lyon, that the Oak Brook Police Department's "negligence and carelessness" in failing to safely store his items has deprived him of his due process. In a written motion, Pollara also demanded to be discharged from jail within 14 days if the items are not returned. DuPage Judge Brian Telander warned Pollara that his antics frequently come close to trying his patience. But he also asked prosecutors to try to find Pollara's missing property not considered to be evidence.

Oak Brook police Sgt. Ben Kadolph said on Thursday afternoon his department has "a lot of property" taken during Pollara's arrest, including a stuffed animal. "We have several boxes of stuff that was taken as evidence in this and possibly other cases," Kadolph said. "And we have a box of his personal property." In the motion filed on Feb. 10, Pollara identified the missing items he wants returned. Included in his list were a backpack and a suitcase, a laptop computer, several clothing items, "one Hearst Castle plush blanket," "tickets to U2 and Grateful Dead concerts" and "one stuffed 'Mr. Froggy' plush animal with tag"…

"I think I've been here long enough for two paint brushes and a bag of pencils," he said, before being warned by a deputy to calm down and lower his voice.

Two paint brushes and pencils warrants jail and needs $125,000 bail to talk free until his court date? Wow! America has lost the plot.

And then this

In Florida, Pollara is known as the "Toys 'R' Us Kid" and the "Lego Bandit" after he was convicted in a 2012 burglary spree in which he stole more than $2 million in Lego sets and toys from the Toys "R" Us chain.

Although given the prize of Lego, that haul amounts pretty much one Millennium Falcon and a Lego encounter group.

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Apple iPhone 7 release date, price, specification & new feature rumours: Earthquake damage could mean iPhone 7 supply struggles?



The iPhone 7 and 7 Plus will come in September 2016, and could signal the end of the headphone jack. 

The iPhone 7 (and most likely iPhone 7 Plus) will come in September 2016, and could come with an edge-to-edge display, no headphone jack, a waterproof body and more. Read on to find out all of the latest rumours about the Apple iPhone 7 UK release date, UK price and specifications.
Below we have rounded up rumours from around the web as well as making our own predictions based on what Apple has done in the past. The formula is clearly working for the company so it's unlikely it will deviate from the tried and tested update process this year.

The article was last updated on 19/2/2016 with a new rumours about the iPhone 7's design.
iPhone 7 UK release date rumours: When is the iPhone 7 coming out?
With the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus unveiled on 9 September 2015, and the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus on the 9 September 2014, one might think the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus will come on 9 September 2016. Except that will be a Friday, and it's much more Apple-like to unveil new products on a Tuesday. Our money is on either Tuesday 6 September 2016, or Tuesday 13 September 2016 - probably the latter.
But the latest reports say that Apple might struggle to meet demand for the iPhone 7 due to damage caused by an earthquake in Taiwain to Apple supplier TSMC's factories. In early February, reports emerged to suggest that Apple would use TSMC as its sole processor manufacturer, but the earthquake came just days later.

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Saturday, January 23, 2016

Some of the ways to preserve battery life for iOS 8 and iPhone 6. Auckland #iPhonerepair, #ipadrepair, #drmobiles

After waiting hours on line or waiting patiently at home for your order to be delivered, you finally have the new iPhone 6 or 6 Plus in the palm (or palms) of your hand. But you may have noticed that the latest iOS 8 software is draining the battery life out of your Apple device.
The software update— which can also be downloaded on older Apple devices— includes new features that make the operating system work harder, which in turn sucks up more battery. Unlike older models, the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus that run on iOS 8 are less likely to suffer from this problem because of stronger batteries. But no matter what iPhone you have, it's still a good idea to know how to keep battery use efficient. Here are some ways to preserve your iPhones battery life so that you do not face the fatal situation of a dying phone.
1. Identify what is draining the battery 
(Photo : Apple)
 The updates to iOS 8 allow Apple users to see a breakdown of what apps are using the most power. To find which apps have been draining your devices battery over the last 24 and up to a week, go to Settings > General > Usage > Battery Usage. Close the applications or delete any that are not needed.
This feature may take some time to start working if your iPhone is new because it needs enough data to pull from. Let your new phone run for a few hours first.
2. Turn off location-tracking apps
  (Photo : Apple)
 When you are in need of GPS directions, location-tracking apps are a necessity. However, tracking each move you make is one of the phone's biggest battery drainers.  The updated iOS 8 allows users to select a "While Using" option for some apps like Facebook, which will let you see locations for nearby friends when the app is open.
To monitor this feature, go to Settings > Privacy > Location Services.  Apple users can still leave on functions like Find My iPhone from this menu. Go to Settings > Privacy > Location Services > Share My Location, to turn off another battery draining feature. Just turn it back on when you want to share your current location through messages.
You can also turn off your Wi-Fi from the Settings menu, which can save battery life when you aren't using your phone.
3. Manage notification widgets
 (Photo : Apple)
 Apple users can access the Notification Center easily by pulling down the menu from the top of the screen and customizing your 'Today' view. These widgets include weather updates and sports scores, which can use up some valuable battery life. You can now select which widgets you want to turn off by tapping the "Edit" menu.
You can also go into Settings > Notifications and scroll through to turn off notifications from apps like Netflix.
4. Turn off Handoff
Handoff allows Apple users to seamlessly move from device to device, such as when you are writing an email and switch off between your iPhone and iPad. If you are not planning on multitasking between devices, turn off this battery draining feature by going to Settings > General > Handoff & Suggested Apps.
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5. Stop fetching
The fetching function pushes email notifications to your home screen, a process that drains your battery. Instead, manually check your email and turn off this feature by going to Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars > Fetch New Data.

(Photo : Apple)
Other more obvious ways to get the most battery life out of your new iPhone is to turn down the brightness in Control Center by going to Settings > Wallpapers & Brightness and disabling Auto-Brightness. Another big battery killer for iOS 8 is the parallax feature, which makes it seem like your wallpaper is moving behind your list of apps. Turn this off by going to Settings > General > Accessibility and turning on the Reduce Motion.
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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.
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