Have you been locked out of your iPhone and don't know what to do? Forgotten or accidentally changed your passcode? Happens all the time and we get a lot of queries about it.
The iPhone 6 and iPhone 7 may look similar, but there are some big differences and some great reasons why you should consider forking out a little more for a far better phone.
Whether you’re wanting to perfect that shot of brunch for the ‘gram, take a snap of your pet pug or make your mates envious with your holiday exploits, here are a few tips to help you create epic shots on your phone.
We get this question a lot from people on iPhone 7s and lower in need of a new phone, and from iPhone 8 owners who are wondering about moving up a notch to the X
We’ve broken it down simply so you can make the call. It’s not rocket science, and we’ve stuck with the features you’ll be most interested in.
We accumulate an incredible amount of technology in our homes and offices, often more than we might even realise. It’s important to stay on top of what we have and then think carefully about how we dispose of it once we are finished with it.
Are you looking for an easier way to pay? A way to split the cost of your phone over a few weeks? Awesome! We've just launched Oxipay. So, when you shop with us you can spread the cost of your purchase over 4 easy payments, instead of paying the whole lot up front.
How frustrating is it when you go to save something to your phone only to find you’ve run out of space. Nowadays, we should all really be using some sort of cloud storage. It’s a way of storing your data virtually but still being able to access so long as you’re online.
E-waste is becoming a bigger and bigger issue. Globally it’s estimated that e-waste ads up to around 50 million tonnes of rubbish per year, and a report released in 2017 estimates this will continue to rise. In New Zealand it’s estimated we create around 80,000 tonnes of e-waste each year, and by 2030 The Ministry for The Environment thinks we’ll average 26.9kgs of e-waste per person annually.