Rumours abound surrounding the release of the new iPhone 12; from how many versions, to screen size to tech. Here we take a look to see what some of the more trustworthy analysts are saying…
This is the first time I’ve written this down for anyone, but you, my dear friend, have proven yourself to be deserving of only the very best, most indulgent chocolate mousse that you will ever taste in your entire life – my Nana’s. The secret ingredient… a little extra salt to enhance the sweetness of the dark chocolate.
If anyone asks where you got the recipe from, tell them it’s one of Nigella’s…she’s good too, just not as good as grandma.
Happy cooking, you secret squirrel!
In this article, we’ll look closely at the nitty-gritty of what Back Market does, plus its aims. If refurbished products are ever to become the norm, then something needs to change: there needs to be no real reason to buy new. Simple. This means Back Market’s Quality department plays a key role: what does it do and how does it work?
The iPhone X was the first in a new generation of top-of-the-range phones. This “smartphone of the future” (according to Apple) is packed with new features designed to get customers used to the idea of buying a phone that costs the same as a laptop.
On sale since 3 November 2017, the model costed no less than 1000 dollars in the USA at launch. The price is even higher for the 256GB model, which was being sold at 1149 dollars in the USA.