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    Our Apple iPhone 11 Pro Max Review

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    It’s been about a year since the XS Max came out. The Max kind of filled a hole in the iPhone lineup. When Apple released the X, it had similarly sized screen (in terms of area) as the 7 Plus...
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    Our Samsung Galaxy S10+ Review

    164272Smartphones have been maturing for over a decade now. A while back we reached a point where even phone enthusiasts stopped replacing their phone yearly. The difference between a flagship and...
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    Our Huawei P30 Pro Review

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    The past few years have seen the emergence of Huawei in the high-end of the market. They’ve gone from a provider of free and pre-paid phones that came with outdated versions of Android and a...
  4. Article: Howard's Amazon Prime Day Picks for the US

    You can view the page at https://www.howardforums.com/content.php/4401-Howard-s-Amazon-Prime-Day-Picks-for-the-US
  5. Article: Howard's Amazon Prime Day Picks for Canada

    You can view the page at https://www.howardforums.com/content.php/4400-Howard-s-Amazon-Prime-Day-Picks-for-Canada
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    Sticky: I recently left TELUS for Bell. I had a $70/10GB...

    I recently left TELUS for Bell. I had a $70/10GB (formerly $65/10GB) non-shareable plan.

    The day after I ported out I got a call from Winback. They offered me the $95/20GB (either shared or...
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    How fast is unlimited?

    The Big 3 recently began offering data plans that did away with overages. Instead of charging you an absurd amount to refill your data bucket when it runs out, the plans simply slow down your speed...
  8. Since July 2nd has come and pass the new...

    Since July 2nd has come and pass the new "unlimited" data plans are now known as Peace of Mind rate plans.

    They include $75/10GB, $95/20GB or $125/50GB of data at full speed after which it is...
  9. Sticky: Public Mobile Correct, they ported from Bell to PM. Thanks I'll...

    Correct, they ported from Bell to PM. Thanks I'll check out their phones next time I see them.
  10. Sticky: Public Mobile Thanks for the insight. They've actually been on...

    Thanks for the insight. They've actually been on PM for around a month now but then again they don't use a lot of data.
  11. Sticky: Public Mobile Public Mobile People's Challenge: Post your PM 3G speedtest here

    Public Mobile's all about their 3G-ish data speeds. If you're on one of their 3G data plans post your speedtests here:

    Since my parents don't use their phones a lot I recently put them on PM....
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    Thanks for the suggestions. I won't be getting...

    Thanks for the suggestions.

    I won't be getting rid of anything, just putting older forums in an archive subforum.
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    I switched to using iCloud backup to sync my...

    I switched to using iCloud backup to sync my iPhone a year or 2 ago and haven't looked back.

    The inflection point was when my wife's iPhone crashed. We hadn't backed it up to my computer in...
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    The Death of Android?

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    I was having lunch with Andrew when the topic of forum layout came up. I’m currently brainstorming ideas of how we can...
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    Our Blackberry Key 2 Review

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    I checked out the Blackberry Key 2 LE recently. While I thought it was a solid phone, I also got the feeling that it was built to not step on the toes of a more expensive model. The screen...
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    Practically speaking, glass is more difficult to...

    Practically speaking, glass is more difficult to scratch than glass. That said glass is more likely to shatter than plastic but in the context of a smartphone glass is usually a more premium material.
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    Plastic would work too, basically any...

    Plastic would work too, basically any non-metallic material would work but they can charge more if they use glass ;)
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    companies switch from metal to glass backs...

    companies switch from metal to glass backs because of the inclusion of wireless charging.
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    Our Google Pixel 3 review

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    It wasn’t that long ago that Google would partner with an Android OEM to release a high end phone priced hundreds cheaper than similarly spec’d phones. However, since then Google has...
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    Our Blackberry Key 2 LE Review

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    It doesn’t seem that long ago that you’d need a crowbar to pry a Blackberry out of an addicts hands. However, since then, most of us have grown accustomed to on-screen keyboards. Still, for...
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    Our LG G7 ThinQ Review

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    LG has always had an interesting place in the Android marketplace. I get this feeling like they’re always trying to offer a slightly different take on the Android flagship. The G3 had rear...
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    My Sonos One Review

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    Sonos has been around for some time for a while it felt like they owned the whole home audio market. However, there are now alternatives and many of them are not exclusive to a single...
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    Our Apple iPhone XS Max Review

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    Apple iPhone XS Max

    Here’s the Apple iPhone XS Max. According to Apple, “XS” is pronounced “Ten S”. However it’s hard for me to not see it as “iPhone Extra Small Max”. Silly name aside,...
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    Our Sonos Playbar Review

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    Until recently, my wife and I used Bluetooth speakers when we wanted to listen to music at home. I figured Bluetooth speakers were the most flexible solution. Pretty much every phone,...
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    Sorry about that, please try visiting the site...

    Sorry about that, please try visiting the site using howardforums.com with an S at the end.
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