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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!

Customer service


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.

Sun, Jul 21, 2019

This week has been a pretty hectic one, with Amazon Prime Day 2019 taking over most sites' homepages.

But in the sea of deals there was one key bit of tech news that slipped by largely unnoticed: Apple may be planning to start using its old rainbow logo on “some” products in the very near future.

The news broke on Tuesday when “a well known MacRumours tipster” revealed the company is contemplating going back to the iconic, multi-coloured logo that debuted on its Apple II computer all the way back in the 1970s, on “certain” products.

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While this may sound fairly innocent at first glance – after all, the logo is not exactly terrible and fits in with the Stranger Things nostalgia kick currently doing the rounds. But for me it's a sign of a wider trend at Apple – one that's not necessarily positive: that the company seems to be increasingly looking backwards, not forwards.

I can already hear the Apple-fan-horde preparing their pitchforks and torches for an online witch hunt, but hear me out, there's a lot of evidence for this.

Let's start off with the latest rumblings about the next generation MacBooks. After the release of the new, slightly tweaked, MacBook Pro 13 earlier this month, reports immediately broke that the company is working on a complete refresh of its laptop line.

Image Credit: Flickr user SenseiAlan

Details about the new MacBooks are non-existent outside of one key detail: they will ditch the marmite Butterfly switches seen on recent Apple laptops for the older Scissor switches seen on MacBooks of yore.

Don't get me wrong, this is in many ways awesome news, if true. I've never been a fan of the Butterfly switches non-existent travel. The ongoing issues with their build quality is also a serious issue affecting many MacBook [...]

Sat, Jul 20, 2019
OnePlus 7 Pro main camera closeup

OnePlus is developing new software to make its camera quicker and easier to use than ever. Here are the six new tricks that could make it to future devices.

At the OnePlus Open Ears Forum in Amsterdam, OnePlus gave Trusted Reviews the lowdown on six new camera software modes that are currently being fine-tuned, including three which have been realised as prototypes. The event invited devoted fans from around the globe to share their opinions on new software developments to key members of the OnePlus leadership team, in a frank discussion

Please note they have not yet been confirmed to progress beyond the development stages, so there's no estimated time of arrival for the new software. See the full list of features below.

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Quick Capture

This is a tool to help snap those elusive passing moments where you're just not sure if a picture or a gif will do the occasion justice. Simply press down the camera shutter button for as long as 15 seconds, and release when you're done. From the captured footage, you could select a photo, short video, or gif to save. So rather than toggling between camera and video options while the action is taking place, the prototype demonstrated that you could use this mode in the heat of the moment and then select your preference afterwards.

Mode Bar

This shortcut would give you easier access to different ways of shooting depending on your preference. You could swipe left or right between camera modes at the bottom of the camera app rather than tapping with your finger, or swipe upwards for the modes to be displayed in the form of icons. This was also demonstrated as a prototype, and seemed to be an efficient alternative to the current set-up.

Quick Sharing

Lots of users wish to upload images to social [...]

Sat, Jul 20, 2019
Galaxy Tab S4 - video
Samsung Galaxy Tab S6: Release date, features, price and leaks

August is going to be a busy month for Samsung. We're expecting the Korean brand to follow-up the rather limp release of the Galaxy Fold with a number of new devices spanning multiple areas. Of course, the highlight will be the Galaxy Note 10 – a new flagship phablet – but it's looking likely it'll be joined by the Samsung Galaxy Active 2 and Tab S6.

Considering the previous high-end Samsung tablet was the Tab S4, the jump to Tab S6 might seem a little strange. However this is what the early leaks point towards and it could have something to do with Galaxy Tab S5e which was released alongside the Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus.

Here's everything we know so far about the iPad Pro-rivalling Samsung Galaxy Tab S6.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 – Release date and price

Samsung is holding an event in New York City on August 7 where we expect the brand to launch the Galaxy Note 10. Samsung could, as it has done in the past, also show off the Tab S6 at the same time.

If it doesn't, the IFA conference in Berlin, which takes place at the start of September, would be a good place to launch the tablet.

A price hasn't leaked yet, but the Tab S4 will set you back £509 for a 64GB model.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 – Design

Thanks to a leaked render originating from Android Headlines, we have a decent idea about what the next flagship tablet from Samsung might look like. You can see the render below.

Image credit: Android Headlines

As you'd expect from a high-end tablet aimed at overthrowing the iPad Pro, the Tab S6 looks like it'll pack a stylus (likely called the S-Pen), a detachable keyboard [...]

Sat, Jul 20, 2019
Vango Air Capri 500XL

It's that time of year where you brush the cobwebs off that tent at the back of your shed in preparation for a holiday or festival. While there's nothing quite like getting back to nature and sleeping under canvas – we mean, man-made waterproof fabrics – the best camping gadgets will ensure you can still enjoy a bit of modern living while you're away.

To test, we loaded up a car with the latest camping kit and used it in earnest. We've listed the products here that we were happy with, but have mentioned any flaws or issues we might have discovered along the way. Where possible, we've linked to our full reviews and the best alternative products.

The tent

We borrowed a Vango Air Capri 500XL from Taunton Leisure to sleep in. This model uses Vango's AirBeam system, so you inflate the supports rather than needing to insert traditional poles. The result is that it goes up faster and whose structure is more stable, with the thicker beams providing better support than more traditional thin poles.

Vango's tent uses a smart valve system, where removing the provided pump doesn't allow any air to escape. Once up, the tent provides two sleeping compartments and a sizeable living area, with enough head height to walk around.

Food and drink

Going camping means that much of what you'll need for your time away will go with you. You're not going to have enough power to run a fridge, so passive cooling is is the way forth. This will come by way of a cool bag or box; we tried the Red Original Waterproof Cooler Bag. We went for the Large, 30-litre model, which can hold up to 54 cans.

It's designed for paddle boarders, so is waterproof inside and out. As such, you can fill [...]

Sat, Jul 20, 2019
Winners and Losers: Amazon Prime Day, FaceApp falsely accused of being Russian spies

This week in tech news has been dominated by Amazon, or, specifically, Amazon Prime Day 2019 – the shopping giant's other big online sales extravaganza.

That's not to say that the rest of the industry went to sleep this week – Vodafone unveiled a string of new 5G locations (right now), TfL is finally bringing 4G connectivity to stretches of the London Underground (next year), and Virgin Media TV customers will be able to enjoy premium Sky content in gorgeous 4K Ultra HD (also next year) – but Amazon's really brought its A-game to this year's Prime Day sale.

On the other side of the fence, lots of folks have been having fun with FaceApp this week, a photo app which uses face detection technology to alter your selfies and, amongst other things, digitally age you.

As is often the case with anything viral and meme-y on the internet, it has provoked an outcry as people have accused the app as being little more than a data harvesting campaign – but is there any truth to these accusations, or is it just more baseless hysteria along the lines of ‘Facebook is using Messenger for Android to record your conversations'?

It turns out that Facebook didn't need to do that at all – just ask Cambridge Analytica…

Without further ado, here's Trusted Reviews's latest assessment of the best and worst stories this week:

Amazon Prime Yay – Shop flogs record amount of stuff in biggest ever online bunfight

Knocking hundreds of pounds off of laptops, TVs, phones – not to mention its own line of Alexa-enabled Echo speakers – helped Amazon enjoy its best Prime Day in terms of sales. And if you missed out on a bargain, fret ye not – there's still some deals to be had.

Frankly, having [...]


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