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Apple Iphone VS Iwatch, Which is better?

The Iwatch, something so clever it can do all the things a phone can whilst being a stylish wrist accessory. It is activated by raising the wearers wrist and the screen comes alive. I watch has brilliant spec and the release date is set to be spring 2015. Apple has made the immense leap of having a smartphone computer on your wrist.
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The IPhone, a smartphone to shame others. The quality is very high and the colours are lively. They are a vital utility as they have such a high spec with many useful features for everyday life. They are a must have for all.
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Apple - Introducing iPhone 5c - For the colorful.
Apple iWatch Trailer (Official Trailer) (Apple Watch)

WIFI

Wifi is a wireless broadband connection that allows you to connect to the internet without using any cables. It’s particularly popular for use with laptops because they can then be used in any room of the house. Wifi is also available in lots of public places, such as pubs, cafés, hotels and even some buses!

what you need to connect:

  • A wireless router
  • A computer with a built-in wireless adaptor or a separate adaptor.
  • what you need to do:

    Step 1: Set up your wireless router - an example of which is on the right - (see How to connect to the internet for instructions). Most internet providers now supply wireless routers as standard. When setting up one, it’s important to provide appropriate security so that your computer can’t be entered by anyone but you. Instructions for this should be supplied with the router, but if in doubt, consult an expert.

    Step 2: Check that your computer has a built-in wireless adaptor (see left). Up-to-date laptops generally have one, but most desktop computers don’t.

    To check whether there’s a built-in adaptor, follow these steps...

  • Click the Start button.
  • Right-click Computer.
  • Click Properties.
  • Click Device Manager.

    • Click the arrow next to ‘Network Adaptors’ to see if there’s a wifi adaptor listed.
  • Step 3: If there is a wifi adaptor, a wifi icon should also appear in the system tray in the bottom right-hand corner of the screen. In Windows 7,

    it looks like the one on the right.

    Step 4: If you don’t have a wireless adaptor, you’ll need to buy one to plug into one of your computer’s USB ports. The adaptor should be supplied complete with instructions on how to use it to connect to a wireless network. To connect to a wireless network, click the wifi icon. You should now see a list of available networks.
    Step 5: To connect to a network, just click on its name. If it’s a secure network and it’s the first time you’ve used it, you’ll need a password. If it’s your home network, your internet provider will have given you a password – sometimes it’s printed on a sticker attached to the router.

    Step 6: If you’ll be using the same connection regularly, you can tick the box to connect automatically. The first time you connect to a network, you’ll be asked to choose whether it’s a home, work or public network. And voila you're done!

    Warning: Be very careful if you connect to unsecured wireless networks such as wifi ‘hotspots’ in public places. While on them, it’s important not to use websites that require you to enter personal or financial details as other users of the network could gain access to these details.
    click for link to website for WIFI connection...

    tells you how to set up a WIFI network