Apple AirPods Pro | Review

I originally had the 2nd Generation AirPods, only for around 2 weeks but I had them all the same. They were really good quality and I really liked them but I quickly realised that they weren’t going to be completely suitable for what I wanted to use them for. I like to wear headphones and listen to podcasts when I go on a walk and whilst I had zero issues with the sound quality, what bothered me a lot was that I had to have the volume up so loud to be able to hear it as...

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Apple Smart Keyboard | My Thoughts

I’ve spoken about my love for my iPad Pro quite a bit on charlotterosewrites. I’m a long time Apple fan and I use my iPad all the time. I’m using it right now to write this post and I use it a lot for blogging in general as well as reading, watching YouTube videos and general internet use. I’ve had two different wireless keyboards for my iPad, one that is standalone that I’ve had for about 7 years. It still works fine but for me, a keyboard for my iPad needed to be...

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Switching from Spotify to Apple Music

I’ve been a Spotify user for years and whilst I’ve never had a problem with it, becoming so deep within the Apple ecosystem made me consider why I wasn’t using Apple Music. I guess I hadn’t really thought about it before, because I’d just always had Spotify and hasn’t ever thought about what an alternative had to offer me but after coming across a couple of articles about Apple Music lately I started thinking about it a bit more. Eventually, I decided that as...

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My 3 Favourite iPad Apps | February

Drafts – I’m actually using this app right now to write this blog post. Drafts is a great note-taking app that is available on the iPad, iPhone and Apple Watch. It allows you to take notes really quickly and categorise them as well as add tags to make them searchable. Another aspect of this app that I love is that you can use your voice to add a note and it will transcribe your recording for you, great if you have an idea you need to get down but can’t type it for whatever...

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HP Sprocket 200 | Review

If you haven’t heard of a Sprocket before then let me explain a little about what it actually is. The Sprocket is a handheld printer, literally the size of your hand that prints out small polaroid style photos (the Sprocket 200 paper is 5×7.6 cm in size) using ZINK (zero-ink) paper which has a removable backing paper so that you can stick them down or you can leave the backing paper on and put them in a frame etc. There are a few different models, the original HP Sprocket, the HP...

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