Archive for the ‘Reviews’ Category

Looking for a Apple Watch Link Bracelet clone band? Look no further than this one which costs just $65 compared to the original Apple version’s $449. Check out our full review for more.

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Here’s our detailed video review of Apple Magic Trackpad 2, Magic Keyboard and Magic Mouse 2 accessories for the Mac. Are they worth getting? Find out in our video review.

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Our hands-on and early impressions of using an iPhone 6s in Rose Gold color and iPhone 6s Plus in Space Gray color, showing what’s changed in this year’s models compared to last year’s in the video.

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Apple iOS 9 Review

By | September 16th, 2015

Here’s our full review for Apple’s latest iOS 9 release for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Is it worth the upgrade over iOS 8? Find out in our review here.

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Jaybird X2 video review. We go hands-on with the latest premium bluetooth earbuds from Jaybird succeeding the acclaimed BlueBuds X – the X2.

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LG G4 Video Review

By | June 4th, 2015

This is LG G4 video review, one of the best flagship Android smartphones of the year 2015. Check out our video review, camera samples and more.

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Here’s a full video review of Alcatel Onetouch Idol 3 which is one of the best budget smartphones of 2015. Full details, including camera sample, can be found here.

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Here’s a drop test video review of Rhino Shield Crash Guard bumper case for iPhone 6 Plus. Full details and video review can be found here.

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Apple iOS 8 [Review]

By | September 18th, 2014

Another year, another update to iOS. And while things may look pretty much the same on the face of it, iOS 8 is well worth everyone’s time. While iOS 7 was a big departure from what we were used to in regards to aesthetics, iOS 8 goes another route, this time preferring to take a scalpel to the operating system’s innards rather than its exterior.

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Over the past few weeks, I took my SIM card out of my trusty HTC One M8 that I’ve been enjoying so much, switched it to extreme power saving mode and entirely made the jump over to Samsung’s newest flagship device, the Galaxy S5. This phone was a particularly interesting release, because it marked their definitive decision to adopt the ‘iteration over iteration’ strategy when it comes to their new devices. For Samsung, however, it’s likely to be more of a ‘if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it’, type model.

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As we did with the iPhone 5c review a couple of weeks ago, we’ve put the all new Apple iPhone 5s continuously through its paces and now is the time to provide you with my opinion on Apple’s shiniest handset. As I mentioned in my iPhone 5c review, we’ve already done a large amount of coverage on the iPhone 5s. This post will serve to update you if you’ve missed any of that content.

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The iPhone 5s and the iPhone 5c are still hot off Apple’s manufacture line, and we’ve already done a lot of coverage here on Redmond Pie on both of them. I need a little more time to consolidate my opinion regarding the iPhone 5s, but as the iPhone 5c mainly consists of the iPhone 5 components, I felt ready to bring you my full video review. You may also have missed some of our other coverage regarding each of the two handsets, so you’ll be able to find all of it within this post.

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Apple’s product design has been an instrumental component in their market dominance for the past few years. Combine their beautiful hardware aesthetics with the ease of use of their software, and you have a recipe for selling a lot of products. Under Steve Jobs’ direction, as they became the market leader, Apple rarely released a product which could have been considered to have ‘questionable design’. Strangely enough, however, the new iPhone 5c came with a case that could only be described as having questionable design.

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Technology, and more specifically mobile technology, seems to develop incredibly quickly. As things change in the smartphone space, bigger screens and larger handsets seem to be on trend whilst durability and device toughness never seem to get a look-in on the frontline features of new devices. As such, a case is a must have on many of today’s flagship smartphones, and the iPhone 5 is no exception. Whilst the aluminum build of the iPhone 5 provides a very strong base, the glass on the back and screen are all too easily broken.

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With the iPhone having revolutionized the phone as we know it, it’s no surprise that with the 6th-generation iPhone, it still remains one of the most popular handsets on the market. You can hardly get on a bus, train or walk down the street, without seeing someone with an iPhone.

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Having already given the NuCharge iPhone 5 battery case from London-based iKit the once-over, we’ve yet another exciting product with a similar aim – to offer your Apple-designed smartphone an extension on the quoted battery life. As previously explored in that NuCharge review, we smartphone users can never have too much battery, and although the 1,440 mAh offered by Apple is adequate for many, having a backup to call upon is always mindful practice. Thus, here we are again, mulling over another battery pack by popular manufacturer PowerSkin.

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Many of us like to, or are often forced through work commitments, to travel around on a frequent basis. As a hardcore geek, blogger, and general Internet obsessive, I take my MacBook Air pretty much everywhere I go, but as any seasoned journeyman would vouch, plugging in for a charge at any given location can be a trying task. With so many variants of the two-pin plug aiming to make life as difficult for somebody like myself, who has only ever used the three-pin here in the UK, it winds up being another annoying thing to tick off the list of pre-travelling to-dos.

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After a relatively slow start, cases and shells for the iPhone 5 are arriving at a rate of knots, and if you’re in the market for a protective bubble for your new Apple smartphone, we’ll be taking a look at a variety of them here at Redmond Pie. Today, we’re going to be scrutinizing two particular offerings from a well-known Palo Alto company by the name of Speck.

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This holiday season and beyond, we’re going to be bringing you more hands-on reviews of the products you love, and whether you’re in the market for a new device, peripheral or accessory, we’ll be featuring many of the market essentials here at Redmond Pie. Now, the iPhone 5 is one of, if not the most sought-after gadget on the market at present, so what better place to start, we thought, than to get on the hunt for some of the most interesting, quirky and robust cases for the revered handset. Heading off the series of cases for the sixth-gen Apple smartphone is the BookBook from Twelve South.

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Windows 8 Pro [REVIEW]

By | October 26th, 2012

Windows 8, along with Surface RT, is the biggest, most riskiest product Microsoft has worked on since the original Xbox over ten years ago. On the face of it, the company has significantly changed the way users use Windows , with a user-interface that is targeted more towards touch input on tablets rather than your traditional mouse and touchpad, but I’m here to tell you, in a good amount of detail, that that would be insult to folks who have been working on Windows 8 for the past 3-4 years.

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