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Can you spot a fraudulent email?

You may occasionally receive emails pretending to be from companies such as Amazon, eBay, PayPal or Apple. Do you know how to identify one which is clearly NOT genuine?

Look at the following email which I received and see what you feel is suspect …. (there’s quite a few !)

If you have any doubts about an email, do NOT click on any links, but log onto your account using the supplier’s website – eg. http://www.amazon.co.uk, http://www.ebay.co.uk, http://www.paypal.co.uk or http://www.apple.com with your password to check for any alerts.

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Reading magazines on your iPad or iPhone

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Do you know you can use Newstand to download your favourite magazines each week/month?

To learn more, see https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT202329

Thinking of buying a new iPad?

Thinking of buying a new iPad?

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This page on Apple’s website at http://store.apple.com/uk/ipad/compare allows you to compare all features such as:-

  • Finish
  • Capacity*
  • Price (RRP)
  • Display
  • Dimensions
  • Weight
  • Chipset
  • TouchID (where available)
  • Camera
  • Video recording
  • Mobile and wireless
  • SIM card
  • Connector
  • Battery life
  • Sensors

* iPad memory cannot be (easily) expanded, so be sure the model you buy has enough for the programs and files you’ll want it to store. (You can buy a plug in SD card reader, but this isn’t convenient).

When buying, be sure to budget for a protective case, ideally one which also acts as a stand allowing you to use it handsfree (great if you plan to use it for watching movies or even reading a book!)

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