Wednesday, September 16, 2015
The iPhone was originally meant to be a do-all device that can help you both communicate and accomplish multiple tasks easily and efficiently. However, for all of its features, it can be rendered useless with a simple freeze-up. By then, placing calls, reading emails, and completing other important tasks would be a drag. What causes an iPhone to freeze up, anyway? There’s a myriad of possible explanations for this. Like a desktop computer, your iPhone requires up-to-date software for it to function properly, which means that the freeze-up maybe due to your iOS being outdated. It can also be due to faulty hardware (by then it would require the expertise of the likes of a Philadelphia cell phone repair specialist), or a corrupted program entirely.
Monday, September 14, 2015
The seventh generation of consoles has come and gone. Included in this new console generation is Sony’s PlayStation 4, which is designed to be for everyone. Certain circumstances, however, may not allow several PS4 owners to enjoy their new system the way it’s meant to be. Case in point: freezing, wherein the console powers up but fails to reach the interface while the blue light keeps on blinking. A good number of PS4 owners have reported the same issue with their consoles, mainly while they’re installing some software—resulting into an absolute cease of activity. This has been brought up to various gaming sites such as IGN, which noted that since the system completely locks up, the main reason might be due to overheating; or if the freezing occurs within the menus, it may be caused by network interruptions
Saturday, September 12, 2015
Going by a recent unscientific study by a used gadgets business, it appears that cracked phone screens happen more regularly in Philadelphia than in many other parts of the country. The study cited the City of Brotherly Love as the fourth “klutziest” in the country, based on the number of broken gadgets the company has received from all over the U.S. Philadelphia topped cities like Tallahassee, Lubbock, and Columbia, while Gainesville, Staten Island, and El Paso took the top three spots. It’s interesting to note that all the cities in the list are home to major colleges or universities. Philadelphia, of course, hosts more than 80 colleges, as well as the Ivy League institution, the University of Philadelphia. Luckily, residents can go to reliable cell phone repair experts to fix their broken screens, and other damage that may have befallen their precious gadget.
Thursday, September 10, 2015
Businesses in Philadelphia and elsewhere depend a lot on computers nowadays for nearly all facets of their operations. Small businesses, for example, will need at least one PC to be used for accounting and bookkeeping processes, as well as to get access to the Internet, but a few more units will certainly be needed as the business grows. The problem is, what happens when these PCs break down? Most small businesses don’t have a dedicated IT staff to deal with their computer difficulties. This is where computer repair experts like Scorpion Computers can help.