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Smartphones

How to make Siri work for you

These suggestions can show you how to get the most out of (or just have some fun with) your iPhone or iPad’s personal assistant, Siri.

Technology

Apple Music free trial

Apple’s music streaming service is now available. But what does this mean for you? It means that for three months you can stream 30 million songs for free.

Smartphones

Apple unveils iOS 9

Apple has announced iOS 9 and to get you up to speed, Ryan gives you a run down of all the new features, as well as if it will support your current iPhone or iPad.

Smartphones

Find your smartphone

These free apps will make sure that you can find your iPhone, iPad or Android if you ever lose it or it gets stolen.

Smartphones

App of the month February

Keep track of your flights and listen to music for free with the app of the month. Get the most out of your iPhone, iPad or Android.

Finance

Multinationals continue to avoid tax

The release of Apple’s Australian accounts has revealed the company paid just $80 million in tax last financial year on $6 billion in gross revenue.

Smartphones

App of the month January

Effortlessly digitise your film photos and keep on top of your New Year’s resolutions with YOURLifeChoices best free and paid apps of the month.

Smartphones

How to use FaceTime

If you've got an iPhone, iPad or Mac computer, you can make free video and audio calls using Apple's FaceTime app.

Technology

Using memos for more

Did you know that you can send voice memos from your iPhone or iPad to other people’s phones or computers? Find out how to use memos for greetings and special occasions.

News

Should you upgrade to iOS 8.0.2?

Apple’s updated iPhone and iPad mobile operating system is supposed to fix the bugs found in iOS 8.0.1. We find out if it’s worth the upgrade, or if you should wait a while longer.

Gadgets

Set up email on Apple devices

Find out how to set-up Apple’s Mail app in just five steps. Make reading your email on your iPhone or iPad even easier.

Safety Online

How to safely sell old technology

A study has found that secondhand smartphones still possess a lot of their previous owners’ information. How can you protect yourself?

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