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  • Rhino Shield – The Best Shatter-Proof iPhone 6 & 6 Plus Screen Protector and it’s STRONGER than glass
  • Jump Cable 2-in-1 Battery Pack – Charger Battery Jump Cable for iPhone 6 5 5s 5c
  • World’s Thinnest iPhone 6 and 6 Plus Cases – Spigen Air Skin Review

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Rhino Shield iPhone 6 / 6 Plus Screen Protector (£19.99 – Sold by OneWiseMac.co.uk) Is it too good to be true? The iPhone screen that can survive being hit with a hammer or a drop to a concrete floor. Rhino Shield was a successful Kickstarter Project, thanks to the fascinating drop test video that accompanied the fundraising campaign. In the video, the creators bash on Rhino Shield-equipped iPhones (one of several smartphones… READ MORE »

Native Union “Jump Cable” Review  (24 Hour £5 off Deal – OneWiseMac Buy Here – RRP £39.99) Smartphone batteries are still the major weakness of smartphones, however we are not short of battery pack accessories or charging type cases for all types of smartphones. We have seen some great charging accessories created by some of the best accessory manufacturer’s but none are quite same as the Jump Cable by Native Union. It offers a charge… READ MORE »

Spigen Air Skin Series for iPhone 6 and 6 Plus Review  Is it worth paying for a case  that you’ll hardly know it’s there?  Spigen Air Skin hard case is made of a premium polycarbonate material with a urethane finish to prevent discolouration, it is durable, super lightweight but it could be a reliable solution for protecting the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus from external impacts (mostly scratches) while adding practically no weight or bulk. Spigen… READ MORE »

It seems like iPhone 6 and 6 Plus has not just changed the equation in the smartphone market, but third party accessory makers are reaping the benefits as well. According to data by the NPD Group, the sales for iPhone 6 and 6 Plus accessory makers have exceeded $249 million in just a fortnight. Sales jumped by 43 percent in these two weeks compared to the two weeks prior to… READ MORE »

Here’s a list of what we think are the best phones around Rs 15,000 based on their specs. We’ve excluded single cores from this month’s list because of their sluggish performance. Also, these prices are the lowest we could find online and the list goes from the most expensive to the cheapest. Although, one phone outshines them all. It’s the Moto G, and out advise would be that you get… READ MORE »

So you’re looking for a new phone which offers the best features and the most up to date hardware, but can’t seem to make up your mind on whether to get an HTC, or an Apple, or a Samsung for that matter? Phones around Rs 40,000 are usually powerful enough to run anything that you throw at them, so it’s more a matter of personal preference. Still, here are the best… READ MORE »

Here our list of bets phones around Rs 10,000 for the this month. Most of the phones in this segment are entry level, offering bare minimum performance. You can pretty much forget playing demanding games and even OS updates. Our advice? Spend a little more and get the Moto G. It’s the best phone under Rs 20,000. We’ve seen some improvement in specs offered in the phones that have been… READ MORE »

When you are looking for a phone that is priced at Rs 30,000 you expect to get top of the shelf stuff that has the most advanced features and comes with the latest software. Hands down, Nexus 5 is the best the money can buy in this budget. Though some of the other phones aren’t the flagship phones, they offer some solid performance too. Here’s a quick look at what… READ MORE »

Another month, another list. Here’s our list of best phones around Rs 20,000. We’ve excluded some really outdated models or the ones that are extremely overpriced. These prices are the lowest available online. However, you can get better deals if can find yourself some coupons. The list goes from the most expensive phone to the cheapest. The ones with lowest quotes on Flipkart have been hyperlinked. You can also check… READ MORE »

There quite a gap between 20,000 and 30,000 and if we can have a post that compares phones in the median of Rs 10,000 and Rs 20,000, why not one which covers best phones around Rs 25,000? Also, this time we’ll try to quote the least price available. The order of phones in the list doesn’t go from best to worst, but from the most expensive to the cheapest.  … READ MORE »