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iPhix Northern Ireland

By J MILLIGAN 07 Dec, 2017

Huawei today announced that the Huawei Mate 10 Pro  is now on sale in the Ireland. The Huawei Mate 10 Pro harnesses the transformative power of AI to bring an exciting new era to smartphones using AI and machine learning to tailor itself to individuals’ needs and behaviours.


The Huawei Mate 10 Pro has launched with an inspiring campaign entitled, I Am What I Do, which showcases how AI technology can enrich people’s lives and help people do great and life enhancing things. Featuring tech-driven entrepreneurs Samantha Payne, co-founder of Open Bionics which uses innovative engineering and 3D printing to revolutionise the prosthetic design and fitting process, and Steven Bartlett, CEO of Social Chain who is connecting the world to culture thorough AI technology it shows how the new Mate 10 Pro is helping make their vision possible.


Thomas Mason, Device Director, Ireland, Huawei Consumer Business Group, commented: “As artificial intelligence becomes deeply embedded into our daily lives, we’re delighted to be launching the Mate 10 Pro in the Ireland. As the world's first AI enabled smartphone, it uses AI technology to give people a smarter, faster, more intuitive user experience, empowering them to unlock their potential and achieve their ambitions.”

Recognising the character of different scenes and objects, the Mate 10 Pro automatically adjusts colour, contrast, brightness, exposure and more to produce vibrant, sharp, perfectly framed photographs. Different modes to try out include Food, Flower, Plant and even Dog mode, while the Bokeh effect automatically focuses the subject and blurs the fore- and background, for picture-perfect portraits and selfies.

 

Pricing and availability
The Huawei Mate 10 Pro  is available in Titanium Grey   for €749.99 PAYG and €49.99 on contract, exclusive to Vodafone.


For more information about the Mate 10 Pro, please visit: http://consumer.huawei.com/ie/phones/mate10-pro/


At iPhix, we offer repair services for all makes and models of smartphones, laptops and many other personal devices. This includes the latest models from   Samsung ,   Apple , Sony, Huawei among many others. Our skilled staff have carried out over 50,000 repairs to date, and if we can't fix it, you don't pay.

By J MILLIGAN 06 Nov, 2017


        1. Screen Repair - This has to be the most common iPhone Repair, shattered, smashed, dropped and run over iPhone screen glass.
        2. Lcd Repair - The Lcd underneath the screen has lines, funny colours or is just completely black due to accidental damage
        3. Liquid Damage - Caused because your iPhone has come into contact with water, alcohol, toilet, swimming pools etc. Please do not put it into rice as this will not stop the phone from corroding on the inside.
        4. Battery - Battery life becomes poor as in 4-5 hours rather than all day. If its really short like 1-2 hours then it more likely to be our next repair.
        5. Home Button  - When your iPhone home button stops working or usually not there because its been dislodged when the screen has been broken. We can replace the home button but unfortunately the finger print recognition wont work again.
        6. Charging port - This is where the lightening connector or lead plugs into the iPhone. This gets dirt, debris, pocket lint and moisture in. Then the iPhone wont charge correctly.
        7. Camera issues - We can replace both front and rear cameras. They usually fail because of liquid or a drop. Most of the iPhone camera repairs are just the glass lens and can be completed in 30 minutes.
        8.  Power Button - This is usually just a wear and tear issue. Just imagine how many times that button has been pressed!!
        9. Frame Bending - Ohh yes they bend. Usually caused by people having the phone in there back pocket. We can remove the screen and main board and then straighten these devices.
        10. Charging ic - This is a fault that usually accrues on the mainboard usually by the use of non genuine chargers. Its basically a fuse that wont let the iPhone charge anymore.

iPhix Northern Ireland

By J MILLIGAN 07 Dec, 2017

Huawei today announced that the Huawei Mate 10 Pro  is now on sale in the Ireland. The Huawei Mate 10 Pro harnesses the transformative power of AI to bring an exciting new era to smartphones using AI and machine learning to tailor itself to individuals’ needs and behaviours.


The Huawei Mate 10 Pro has launched with an inspiring campaign entitled, I Am What I Do, which showcases how AI technology can enrich people’s lives and help people do great and life enhancing things. Featuring tech-driven entrepreneurs Samantha Payne, co-founder of Open Bionics which uses innovative engineering and 3D printing to revolutionise the prosthetic design and fitting process, and Steven Bartlett, CEO of Social Chain who is connecting the world to culture thorough AI technology it shows how the new Mate 10 Pro is helping make their vision possible.


Thomas Mason, Device Director, Ireland, Huawei Consumer Business Group, commented: “As artificial intelligence becomes deeply embedded into our daily lives, we’re delighted to be launching the Mate 10 Pro in the Ireland. As the world's first AI enabled smartphone, it uses AI technology to give people a smarter, faster, more intuitive user experience, empowering them to unlock their potential and achieve their ambitions.”

Recognising the character of different scenes and objects, the Mate 10 Pro automatically adjusts colour, contrast, brightness, exposure and more to produce vibrant, sharp, perfectly framed photographs. Different modes to try out include Food, Flower, Plant and even Dog mode, while the Bokeh effect automatically focuses the subject and blurs the fore- and background, for picture-perfect portraits and selfies.

 

Pricing and availability
The Huawei Mate 10 Pro  is available in Titanium Grey   for €749.99 PAYG and €49.99 on contract, exclusive to Vodafone.


For more information about the Mate 10 Pro, please visit: http://consumer.huawei.com/ie/phones/mate10-pro/


At iPhix, we offer repair services for all makes and models of smartphones, laptops and many other personal devices. This includes the latest models from   Samsung ,   Apple , Sony, Huawei among many others. Our skilled staff have carried out over 50,000 repairs to date, and if we can't fix it, you don't pay.

By J MILLIGAN 06 Nov, 2017


        1. Screen Repair - This has to be the most common iPhone Repair, shattered, smashed, dropped and run over iPhone screen glass.
        2. Lcd Repair - The Lcd underneath the screen has lines, funny colours or is just completely black due to accidental damage
        3. Liquid Damage - Caused because your iPhone has come into contact with water, alcohol, toilet, swimming pools etc. Please do not put it into rice as this will not stop the phone from corroding on the inside.
        4. Battery - Battery life becomes poor as in 4-5 hours rather than all day. If its really short like 1-2 hours then it more likely to be our next repair.
        5. Home Button  - When your iPhone home button stops working or usually not there because its been dislodged when the screen has been broken. We can replace the home button but unfortunately the finger print recognition wont work again.
        6. Charging port - This is where the lightening connector or lead plugs into the iPhone. This gets dirt, debris, pocket lint and moisture in. Then the iPhone wont charge correctly.
        7. Camera issues - We can replace both front and rear cameras. They usually fail because of liquid or a drop. Most of the iPhone camera repairs are just the glass lens and can be completed in 30 minutes.
        8.  Power Button - This is usually just a wear and tear issue. Just imagine how many times that button has been pressed!!
        9. Frame Bending - Ohh yes they bend. Usually caused by people having the phone in there back pocket. We can remove the screen and main board and then straighten these devices.
        10. Charging ic - This is a fault that usually accrues on the mainboard usually by the use of non genuine chargers. Its basically a fuse that wont let the iPhone charge anymore.
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