About Paul Morris





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An Apple and iOS enthusiast, former software developer and current Head of Quality and Testing an award-winning at post-PC digital consultancy. A developer of multiple apps. A lover of pleasing people and believer in being your authentic self.


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You can now download iOS 13.4 beta 2 IPSW links and OTA Update along with iPadOS 13.4 beta 2 firmware.

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You can pick up AUKEY’s leading USB-C to Lightning cable with official Apple MFi certification right now via Amazon for just $8 per cable. The accessory is usable with a wide array of Apple devices and usually sells for around the $12 mark, leaving you with a tidy 34% discount.

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Despite the ongoing Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and the slowdown of large parts of China’s manufacturing industry, new reports are corroborating earlier Bloomberg reports pertaining to a new 12-inch iPad Pro. If the speculation is accurate, we can expect the new iPad Pro series to be launched this coming March.

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If we were capable of sounding a digital klaxon to represent ‘deal of the day’ then we would most definitely be sounding it right now! Via the provided discount code below it is possible to pick up a marvelous 4-pack of IDiSON USB to Lighting cables complete with MFi certification for just $1.50 per cable.

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Anker’s wonderful PowerLine II multi-device cable is available to pick up right now via Amazon for just $11. This particular able range has been designed to be reliable and highly versatile, currently commands over 1,000 ratings on the shopping behemoth and holds a near five-star rating.

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Right now, you can pick yourself up a 7-inch Amazon Fire Tablet with a generous 32GB of internal storage for just $39.99. Amazon is leading the way when it comes to powerful, reliable, and ultimately affordable consumer technology, and this deal once again proves the company’s commitment to value.

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Apple’s newest 13-inch MacBook Pro is currently being offered via Amazon with an 11% discount applied. This particular MacBook Pro, with this particular specification, typically sells for around the $1,799 mark but you can walk away with it today for just $1,599.99.

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Amazon is offering Apple’s latest-generation Apple AirPods with accompanying Charging Case with a $30 discount applied. The ongoing offer means that you can pick up the stunning AirPods hardware for just $129 rather than for the usual selling price of $159. Bargain of the week and it’s only Monday!

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The Anker PowerCore Essential 20000 USB-C portable charger with a lot of positive ratings and a whopping internal battery is available to pick up right now from Amazon for just $35. Anker’s PowerCore hardware usually ships for around the $60 mark but can be yours today with a very appealing discount applied.

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With over 3,300 ratings on Amazon massing a near five-star rating, you could do a lot worse than consider the Otium truly wireless earbuds as part of your next digital restock. Now, thanks to an ongoing deal and the promotional code below, you can pick them up for a ridiculously low price of just $18, down from a high of $40.

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The Eufy Wi-Fi-based video doorbell is one of the latest and greatest smarthome accessories that lets you see and speak to those who dare to approach your property. Now, thanks to this ongoing discount via the provided promotional code, you can pick it up right now for just $110.

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Facebook’s Portal Mini smart video calling slab with an integrated 8-inch display and built-in Alexa functionality is currently on offer via Amazon with a $30 discount applied. If you have fallen in love with those emotional family-oriented Portal adverts and want to bring the hardware into your home, then this is the perfect opportunity to do it for less.

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