If you have any sense and aren't a millionaire you'll steer massively clear of the 5c, and for that matter, any iPhone! For you, and your kids. The ...
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Nope, it's a cheaper entry into iPhone ownership, but its lower specs mean it will be obsolete faster thus meaning upgrades will be required more ...
At no point did i say "No iPads" i said "Limit your child's exposure to TV and computer games". And yes i generalised by saying "new mothers" just as ...
TV, especially kids TV, teaches children that life comes in very short, high energy bursts, where we all know thats not the case! Just look at any ...
Q: Does the iPhone 5C tell us Apple is going to move into lower-cost lines?
A: Nope, it's a cheaper entry into iPhone ownership, but its lower specs mean it will be obsolete faster thus meaning upgrades will be required more ...3 years ago
Q: Can technology delay toddler development?
A: TV, especially kids TV, teaches children that life comes in very short, high energy bursts, where we all know thats not the case! Just look at any ...3 years ago
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