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The FaceTime camera is the most useful camera improvement: it’s still just 1.2 megapixels, but registers better contrast, low-light photography, has a new f2.2 aperture, and generally just allows for clearer FaceTime chats..and yes, selfies. Photo quality feels similar to the iPhone 5s, for rear-camera photos. Apple Pay has made its way onto the iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 3, but without NFC for tap-to-pay: instead, the iPad stores credit card information centrally and allows apps that choose to fold in Apple Pay to use it to make one-touch payments.

The mini is also expected to take a nano-SIM card for 3G web browsing, streaming music or updating social networks while you're out and about, Will it be the first iPad to offer 4G -- and perhaps even the first tablet here in the UK to offer 4G? We'll find out this month, all being well: Apple is set to announce the mini slate on 17 October, Fingers crossed for 4G -- that would give the iPad mini a huge unique advantage over rival 7-inch tablets such as the Google Nexus 7 and Amazon Kindle Fire HD, I suspect the flipside of that, however, will be a much-inflated price-tag for the iphone xr tough grip - silver/black 7-inch iPad, whereas the Nexus 7 and its ilk are available at around £160..

From left-to-right: Moto E5 Plus, G6 and G6 Play. It's hard to tell them apart, but we compared the three to see which one is better at what. All prices are before any discounts are applied. I should note that the Moto E5 Plus in the US costs $288 on Sprint, $180 on Cricket and Boost mobile. I have no idea why it costs so much more on Sprint. The takeaway here: Don't pay $288 for a Moto E5 Plus. All three of these phones are definitely affordable, but figuring out which one is for you can be tricky. To help, I compared their design, cameras, features, battery and performance to see which one is better.

A month after launch, EE is now supplying SIM cards to put in your iphone xr tough grip - silver/black LTE phone, no matter where you bought it, But some customers are stuck without any service as they're unable to activate their SIM, Other customers complain in customer forums and on Twitter that they can only make calls because of problems processing new contracts, Which is doubly galling: the whole point of signing up to EE and forking out for 4G is to take advantage of super-fast data speeds, EE faced a few teething problems as customers switched from other networks, with some being sent the wrong SIM card, With any new service, a few problems -- while annoying to the individuals in question -- are to be expected, but as problems rumble on, some customers are threatening to ditch the new network..

The Bad The Samsung Behold lacks Wi-Fi and its memory card slot is in an inconvenient location. Speakerphone quality was just average and the Web browser wasn't quite up to par. The Bottom Line Though it lacks Wi-Fi, the Samsung Behold is a sleek touch-screen phone with a range of features and an easily understood interface. Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read. Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion.