As the title says, I'm 17, I have two jobs that I work full time at each. So I do have a pretty stable income for only being 17, although my parents have me on their phone plan, I want to be more independent, and be able to continue on without them pretty soon. (Trust me, I am not entitled, I work very hard for...
I've been using crappy 50 dollar phones for a couple of years that break every few months. I've started looking at Iphones and started thinking of having a phone long term until I graduate which is in 2-3 years so which one is better in the long run the 7 or the 8? because i see no difference in the phones...
My parents have threatened that they can see everything I do on my phone. They don’t ever check my phone. But I’m paranoid. Can they really see everything I do on my phone? Like what websites I go to, etc.
I know because I have it and it's awwwesome at a sweet price of $90 to start. The catch is that you have to be in those lucky cities and have high bandwidth internet.
I really don’t understand this thing, because it is simply not true, it’s true that most budget phones are android, but also old iPhones can be picked up really cheap, like, you can buy an used iPhone 6 for under 200€, there are also a lot of android phones that cost as much as the new iPhones, like for example the...
All of your answers are in the policy document. In general, however, cracked screens are caused by user damage, and therefore not covered.
My dad is a bit old fashioned and only wants a cell phone that only makes and takes calls like phones used to be able to do. He basically wants a landline phone that's wireless and he can take to work. He hates apps, texting, and all internet features, I tried to get him to get a normal smart phone or a flip...
It depends on the type of flip phone. But unless you have highly specialized skills and equipment for data recovery, it is unlikely that you can recover the data.
Why wouldn't it be? Its their device & they've been doing the same with their computers for decades.
Samsung would like to do the same (& are to an extent) with their Tizen OS
Microsoft does it with their Surface tablets, computers
Google with their Nexus (former) & Pixel lines [phones], Chrome OS...