Orange Shop Contact Number 0844 545 9996
The Orange Shop customer service telephone number isn’t always easy to find – so if you’re struggling to get through to the customer care team, be sure to call our Orange Shop contact number on: 0844 545 9996 now!
You’ll get through to a general menu from where you can navigate to different departments. Whether you’re looking to buy a new phone, take out a pay as you go SIM card, or report a fault with an existing contract, this is the number that you should call!
The Orange Shop is a great place to purchase a new mobile telephone or internet dongle from. The Orange network is extremely popular – having recently been rebranded as EE – which stands for “everything everywhere”. EE is famous because it was the first mobile phone network in the UK to offer its customers 4G mobile internet. A blisteringly fast service that allows users to watch movies, download music and execute other bandwidth-intensive activities on-the-go.
It seems like there’s always a new mobile phone coming out – whether it’s a new iPhone or the latest offering from Samsung. The good news is that the Orange Shop usually stocks all of the latest models from all of the major brands and manufacturers. You’ll even find iPads in the Orange Shop – complete with mobile data plans so you can surf the web whilst on the move.
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The Orange Shop customer service team is as good as it gets – they’ll address your requirements and concerns when you have any problems with your Orange mobile phone or service. Don’t delay your call to the people that can help you any longer – pick up the phone and dial our Orange Shop contact number on 0844 545 9996 now.
Google recently announced that its gaming platform, Stadia, would launch on November 19. But, some of those who have pre-ordered won't necessarily be able to access it straight away.
Stadia Founder's Editions have sold out in Europe and now the US, leading to the sale of Google's second tier package, the Premiere Edition.
Google told The Verge that neither Premiere, nor Founders Edition buyers will necessarily be able to fire up Stadia as it launches at 9AM PT on November 19.
The company has said it's shipping the kits in the order they were received, according to The Verge's report. So essentially, Stadia is going out on a first come first served basis, which isn't exactly ideal.
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That's a wrap! Stadia Founder's Edition has completely sold out. We can't wait to welcome all of our Founders to play Stadia on November 19.
— Stadia (@GoogleStadia) October 22, 2019
Google said in a recent blog post: “Stadia Founder's Edition will start arriving on gamers' doorsteps on November 19, 2019. If you were one of the first gamers who pre-ordered and have received your Founder's Editions, you'll be able to buy and play your favourite games beginning at 9AM PST/5PM BST/6PM CET on November 19. You can play Mortal Kombat 11, Kine, and more on your TV, laptop, desktop, and select tablets and phones.
“Stadia Founder's Editions and Stadia Premiere Editions will begin shipping in the same order that pre-orders were received. You'll get an email when your package ships, and soon after, will receive a code to activate your Stadia account and Stadia Pro.”
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The iPhone 11 is fuelling some healthy growth for Apple across a range of markets.
New figures from analyst firm Kantar show that iOS now accounts for 18.9% of all smartphone sales across the five major European markets − the UK, Spain, Germany, France and Italy. Apple's share of smartphone sales is up in all five of those markets.
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Apple holds a 34% share of phone sales in the UK, up almost 2% on last year. That figure makes an interesting comparison with Apple's performance in other areas of Europe, Spain in particular, where the company holds 9.2% of phone sales.
Dominic Sunnebo, Kantar's global director, said: “Q3 2019 saw Apple launch its new iPhone 11 family and with just over a week of sales available [at time of analysis], the new models contributed to 7.4% of Apple's overall iPhone unit sales in Q3 2019, up from 6.6% from the launch of the iPhone XS family in Q3 2018.
“The new models are all selling well, with the more competitively priced iPhone 11 is leading in absolute terms, but the Pro models are not far behind. Combined sales of the new models are up vs. the iPhone XS launch a year ago. In the US the model split of sales for the new iPhones is similar to the EU, though the overall contribution to Apple's total iPhone sales in the quarter is notably larger at 10.2%.”
Beyond Europe, Apple has made huge gains in certain markets. In Japan it's gone from a 29.6% sales share in September 2018 to a huge 39.9% in September 2019. It's also up slightly in Australia and remains a dominant force there.
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Activision and Infinity Ward have detailed the launch timings for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare ahead of its release later this week on all platforms.
The blockbuster shooter is poised to launch for PS4, Xbox One and PC on October 25, arriving alongside a wonderful new RPG from Obsidian Entertainment: The Outer Worlds.
Intended as a reboot of Infinity Ward's beloved 2007 classic, Modern Warfare is bound to be one of the year's biggest games, and Activision is certainly treating it as such.
Writing in a recent blog post, the publisher detailed launch timings for the upcoming shooter across a number of platforms and territories, informing players exactly when they can jump in and start playing.
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The above image details launch times across worldwide territories for the PC launch specifically. Players in the UK will be free to start the game at 02:00am on October 25, although the game itself (all 175GB of it) can be pre-loaded in advance, which is a massive relief.
For PS4 and Xbox One release timings, Activision has advised players to check their local digital marketplace for more specific instructions, or simply pick up a physical copy to avoid this kerfuffle altogether. This year's instalment will have a solo campaign, online multiplayer and a new Special Ops mode.
Recently, Activision and Infinity Ward expanded upon how Modern Warfare will handle post-launch content and progression. All additional maps, modes, weapons and other such things will be free, although a Fortnite-esque Battle Pass system will be implemented after release.
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Even though we're expecting to see an iPhone SE 2 arrive in early 2020, the big Apple flagship hardware will likely come later in the year.
Here are all the small details we know so far about the phone, plus 5 key features we'd love the next iPhone to pack. We'd hazard an early guess they'll be a similar model structure to this year, so here we'll be talking about both the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro.iPhone 12 release date
Even though there's absolutely nothing concrete about this, but we would expect to see the next iPhone announced and released during September 2020. Apple typically holds its big event and then allows the phones to be pre-ordered a few days later, with the full release coming the week after.
The same week normally sees the release of the latest version of iOS too, which in 2020 we expect to be iOS 14.iPhone 12 leaks – Do we know anything so far?
An early iPhone 12 rumour suggests that we could very well see a smaller notch for the 2020 iPhone and that the elements required for FaceID will be smaller as a result.
Apple is testing a few Face ID prototypes with new optics, some are smaller in width, some are narrower to fit in the top bezel.
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“Robomaster s1 was developed with a generation of young innovators in mind”. The DJI Robomaster S1 is now on sale in Europe. It's a tank-cum-educational robot, and it was born out of DJI's Robomaster competition.
The S1 stands for step 1 – with DJI seeing the product as an entry point for young coders, as well as the first step into creating educational robots.
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The Robomaster S1 was announced earlier in the year, but it has taken a few extra months to make its way to Europe.
The tank is available now for £499 (€549) and can be purchased with a £155 (€169) Play More Kit at a later date. The Play More Kit includes a dedicated gamepad, additional gel beads, one battery and a gel bead container.
The drone has a range of features to teach young people coding (Scratch and Python), while allowing them to have a laugh at the same time.
The DJI Robomaster S1 presents a challenge right out of the box – 107 parts and 101 screws that you have to put together.
The tank drone comes fitted with a 1080p FPV camera and 31 sensors (more than the average DJI flying drone) – with six sensors just for detecting the gel beads and infrared beams fired during games.
The combination of camera and sensors allows for various types of recognition to take place – allowing for a wide range of activities. The types of recognition include: S1 Recognition, People Recognition, Line Recognition, Gesture Recognition and Clapping Recognition.
All of the learning and gameplay is guides by DJI's dedicated S1 app. The app includes Road to Mastery and Roboacademy for teaching users as well as MasterBoard for tracking progress.