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What New Features Can We Expect from the iPhone 15?

WOW! IPHONE 15 New features


Recent CAD-based renders shared by 9to5Mac have given us a glimpse of the upcoming non-Pro version of the iPhone 15, just a week after renders of the iPhone 15 Pro emerged. The renders show two significant changes from the previous model, the iPhone 14. The first is a larger 6.2-inch display, and the second is the replacement of the notch with a Dynamic Island pill-shaped cutout. These changes are expected to enhance the user experience and set new standards for the smartphone industry.


iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro
iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro


In addition to the Dynamic Island pill-shaped cutout, the upcoming iPhone 15 will also feature a significant hardware change: a switch from the traditional Lightning port to the more modern USB-C connector at the bottom of the device. This update will bring the iPhone’s charging and data transfer capabilities more in line with other contemporary devices. Meanwhile, the left-hand side of the device will retain its mute switch and volume controls, allowing for easy access to frequently used features.


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All iPhone 15 models will apparently feature USB-C connectors


According to a recent report, the physical buttons on the iPhone 15’s left-hand side will likely remain physical buttons, rather than being replaced with the previously rumoured capacitive ones. Meanwhile, on the back of the device, there will be a dual camera setup with diagonally placed sensors, similar to the arrangement found on some previous iPhone models.


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Understanding iPhone Warranty: What You Need to Know

Understanding iPhone Warranty: What You Need to Know


The iPhone is a popular smartphone device produced by Apple, and it comes with a standard warranty that provides protection against defects in materials and workmanship. The iPhone warranty covers the device for a limited period of time and offers repair or replacement options for certain issues that arise during this period.

Here are some key details you should know about the iPhone warranty:

  1. 1.Standard Warranty Period: The standard warranty period for an iPhone is one year from the date of purchase. During this time, Apple will repair or replace any defective parts or malfunctions that occur due to a manufacturing defect.
  2. 2.Additional Coverage: Apple offers an extended warranty program called AppleCare+ that can provide additional coverage for up to two years. This program extends the warranty coverage to cover accidental damage and allows for repairs at a reduced cost.
  3. 3.Warranty Eligibility: To be eligible for the standard iPhone warranty, you must have purchased the device from an authorized Apple reseller or directly from Apple. The warranty does not cover damages that occur due to misuse or accidents.
  4. 4.Warranty Repairs: If you experience an issue with your iPhone that is covered by the warranty, you can take it to an Apple Store, Apple Authorized Service Provider, or contact Apple Support to arrange a repair or replacement.
  5. 5.Warranty Exclusions: The iPhone warranty does not cover damages caused by accidents, unauthorized repairs or modifications, normal wear and tear, or damage from exposure to liquids.

In conclusion, the iPhone warranty provides protection against defects in materials and workmanship for a limited period of time. If you experience an issue that is covered by the warranty, Apple will repair or replace the device. It’s important to note that the warranty does not cover damages caused by accidents, misuse, or exposure to liquids.

Trust Zues Mobile Shop Even If Your Warranty Has Expired

If your iPhone warranty is over and you’re in need of a reliable and affordable repair shop, look no further than Zues Mobile Shop. Our team of experienced technicians is authorized to perform repairs on your device, ensuring that it’s fixed properly.

Our quick turnaround time means that you won’t have to be without your phone for long. Most repairs are completed within the same day, so you can get back to using your device as soon as possible.

At Zues Mobile Shop, we stand behind our work and offer a warranty on our repairs. This means that you can feel confident in the quality of our work and trust that your device will function properly after it’s been repaired, even if your warranty has already expired.

Plus, our competitive pricing means that you won’t have to break the bank to get your iPhone repaired. We offer transparent pricing and will provide you with a quote before we begin any work on your device.

Visit us at our location and let our team of experienced technicians take care of your iPhone. Contact us today to schedule a repair appointment or learn more about our buyback program.

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631 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 4 #01-908, Singapore 560631 (10 mins from Yio Chu Kang MRT Station) If taking bus from Yio Chu Kang MRT, take Bus 76 for 3 stops

8 Essential Tips for iPhone Maintenance: Keep Your Device Running Smoothly

8 Essential Tips for iPhone Maintenance: Keep Your Device Running Smoothly


iPhones are expensive and sophisticated devices that are integral to our daily lives, from communication to entertainment and productivity. To keep your iPhone running smoothly and ensure it lasts as long as possible, it’s important to take care of it through regular maintenance. By following a few simple tips, you can protect your iPhone from damage, extend its battery life, and maintain its overall performance. In this article, we’ll provide 8 tips on iPhone maintenance that can help you get the most out of your device.


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1.Stay Up to Date: The Importance of Software Updates for Your iPhone

Keep your iPhone updated with the latest software updates and security patches: Apple regularly releases software updates to fix bugs, add new features, and enhance the performance of your iPhone. You can check for updates in the Settings app and enable automatic updates for convenience. Keeping your iPhone up to date will also ensure that it’s protected from security vulnerabilities.

2.Protect Your iPhone from Damage with These Top-Rated Cases and Screen Protectors

Protect your iPhone from drops and scratches with a case and screen protector: Your iPhone is an investment, and protecting it from damage is essential. A good-quality case and screen protector will shield your iPhone from accidental drops, scratches, and other impacts. Choose a case that fits your needs and style and a screen protector that’s easy to install and offers reliable protection.

3.Say Goodbye to Grime: How to Clean Your iPhone Like a Pro

Clean your iPhone regularly with a soft, lint-free cloth: Over time, your iPhone can accumulate dirt, grime, and fingerprints, which can affect its appearance and performance. To clean your iPhone, use a soft, lint-free cloth to wipe the screen and the back of the device. Avoid using harsh chemicals or abrasive materials that could scratch or damage the surface of your iPhone.

4.Don’t Let Extreme Conditions Harm Your iPhone: How to Protect it from Temperature and Humidity Damage

Avoid exposing your iPhone to extreme temperatures or humidity: Extreme temperatures and humidity can damage your iPhone’s battery, screen, and other components. Avoid leaving your iPhone in direct sunlight, freezing temperatures, or humid environments. If you need to use your iPhone in extreme conditions, protect it with a case or sleeve.

5.Maximize Your iPhone’s Battery Life: 5 Essential Tips for Optimizing Performance

Optimize your iPhone’s battery life: Your iPhone’s battery life can be affected by a variety of factors, such as screen brightness, background app refresh, and location services. To conserve battery life, enable low-power mode, reduce screen brightness, and disable unnecessary features such as push notifications and location services for apps that you don’t use regularly.

6.Say No to Third-Party Accessories: The Benefits of Using Apple-Approved Charging Cables and Accessories

Use only Apple-approved charging cables and accessories: Using third-party charging cables and accessories can damage your iPhone’s battery and hardware, leading to potential problems such as overheating, charging issues, and other malfunctions. Stick with Apple-approved cables and accessories to ensure the best performance and longevity for your iPhone.

7.Get Organized: How to Manage Your iPhone’s Storage and Free Up Space

Manage your storage: Your iPhone’s storage can fill up quickly, especially if you take a lot of photos and videos or download large apps. To manage your storage, regularly delete old photos, videos, and apps that you no longer use. You can also use iCloud to store your photos, videos, and other data in the cloud, freeing up space on your device.

8.Backup Your iPhone Like a Pro: The Ultimate Guide to iPhone Data Backup and Recovery

Back up your iPhone regularly: Backing up your iPhone regularly is crucial in case of accidents, hardware failure, or loss of your device. You can use iCloud or your computer to create a backup of your iPhone data, including your photos, videos, contacts, and other important information. This way, you can easily restore your data to a new device if necessary.

Follow these 8 essential tips to maintain your iPhone and protect it from damage. By taking care of your device, you’ll maximize its performance and ensure it lasts as long as possible. So, invest in your iPhone’s longevity and value by following these simple but effective maintenance tips.

Twenty Twenty-two Travel

So, we’re in a new lunar year. Roar!

With data from many countries suggesting that the world should now be better prepared even if another Covid variant-of-concern mutates into existence, regional and international travels to visit long-missed friends and family are coming back into consideration.

We still remember that the March school holidays was a popular time to cross borders for fun in pre-Covid times. Two years that feels like decades have passed.

With Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) considerations now a mainstream concern, it might be helpful to do a little background research on the culture of the destination, such as how plastic bags are used or how waste is disposed in the country. If in doubt, we think one can just do as the locals do.

We are optimistic that more countries should be opening for visits this year. Don’t think we’ll have to spend another one hundred years in solitude or wait until 2046!

Anyway, here, we gently remind our customers to remember to bring charging cables, charging ports and power banks (which can be purchased at our shops) , and universal travel adaptors for regional or international visits. Remember also to download the Covid app of the country you’ll be visiting if traveling soon.

Stay safe, everyone!

Rashi & Racan
7 Mar 2022

We’re working on Climate Change

Some say the world will end in fire, some say in ice, as the poet Robert Frost puts it.

Climate action is gaining ground. The 2021 natural disasters that unfolded all around the world, right after the initial impact of Covid-19, affected us as well. For Zu’es Connections, our retail business and supply chains were disrupted when local, regional and global customers, colleagues, suppliers and their friends and families came face-to-face with these events.

The two main trades we work on that help against climate change and human catastrophe are in our repair and trade-in businesses. By repairing a phone to prolong its lifespan if possible and by participating in a secondary market where customers can sell their phones, it is part of our job to help nature grow back before more lives are lost.

We hope to help our customers navigate a better future, buying, selling and repairing phones with them, to always be of assistance for the best of their needs and for the planet as well.

This note began with a quote from a poet. Now it will end with one from another.

但愿人长久, as the poet Su Shi puts it. May our common humanity continue.


Rashi & Racan
12 Jan 2022