iPhone 6s Apple Store Battery Replacement Process

How to get new a battery with iPhone 6s Program for Unexpected Shutdown Issues

Not to be confused with the recent iPhone battery issues that have made headlines, owners of specific iPhone 6s models who have experienced unexpected battery loss or shutdown issues can get a new battery for free.

First off, this is just for iPhone 6s owners, whose model numbers match devices within a limited serial number range that were manufactured between September and October 2015.

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GOTB – Year in Review 2017

So, another year has passed. It’s fair to say the traffic for this site has continued on a fantastic upwards trajectory, and while not all of my goals from the 2016 Review have been met, it’s certainly been a very positive year.

Stats

  • 2017 saw 18,748 unique visitors to the site overall (up from 8,365 in 2016).
  • January 2017 was the highest month on record with 2,486 views.
  • Nearly 75% of the views were from the UK and USA, with Canada third.


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Will Apple HomePod Survive Its Delayed Launch?

2017 has been the year that saw the boom of smart speakers in homes all around the world, but there’s one notable exception that won’t be seen this side of Christmas. So now Apple’s HomePod has been officially delayed, has it missed its chance to make an impact?

The smart speaker revolution has been a rapid one. It’s only two years since the launch of the very first Echo, a product that changed the whole marketplace, not least because its maker Amazon was previously seen as very much an outsider to the big players of Apple and Google.

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The Rise of Pop Music at Glastonbury

There’s always much debate about the headliners at Worthy Farm, but has the heavy pop influence in recent years had a worrying knock-on effect further down the bill? 

As another outdoor music season draws to a close, it’s fair to say that the festival industry in the UK is at a pivotal position. The last decade has seen an incredible rise in the number of smaller festivals popping up, but this year the tide is turning.

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Reasons to: Design, Code & Create 2017 – Conference Review

Brighton, September 4, 5, 6 – 2017

While the suffix of ‘Reasons to…’ may have changed from ‘be Creative’ to the now more direct ‘Design, Code & Create’, it’s still very apparent that the talks – and the leading emphasis behind John Davey’s conference – is inspiration.

Indeed, John’s spirit is the driving force behind the event in the heart of Brighton, and, as he points out on more than one occasion over the three days, he chooses speakers not just because of their fame or hierarchy in the industry, but often simply because their work inspires him.

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