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Good job we've all got a lot of time to waste!
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I havenít, age is against me and I have work to do in the garden, yesterday grass cutting, today tree lopping, walking Mot, cooking something, house work. For 2 years I keep saying I must clean windows, all of them never get done only the important ones. As a lot of us find out, what I could once do in a day takes me a few more days now with the work rest work Routine. Cutting off the little branches is not the trouble, bending down ti pick them up, put in wheelbarrow (which is hooked onto the mower) take branches out to put on the heap thatís the trouble. I have just done one tree and having a sit down before I tackle the next.

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I hear you Jan.
Chris and I often reminisce about our previous life. Full time, demanding, jobs, children, horses, goats, dogs and cats. Up at the crack of dawn to see to livestock and walk the dogs, school run, off to work then the same in reverse in the evening. Weekends spent cleaning and, of course, we renovated three old houses. Now we are still up at the crack of dawn and struggle to keep up with just the housework, gardening and dog walking!
I think the answer is to come to terms with paying for help. Chris hates the idea but I could cope with it.
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We rationalise what does actually needs doing then we go out, life's too short for all this stuff, get out and enjoy what's left of it.


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Kev, manufacturers only support (with update, upgrades) for a specific time, your current phone is probably as far as they and the unit you have are scheduled / possible to upgrade to, time to buy a newer phone

Jan your last comment is exactly what I referred to in my original reply, Apple hand holding is the reason most people continue to buy / own Apple products. You pay upfront an added premium for the "service", if it is worth it to you simply buy the latest Iphone which I believe has an acceptable camera, although overpriced (aren't they all) for what they are.
If you check on reviews the Huawei premium range are best on the camera front, although the USA have a down on them and they now don't have access to a lot of the Android apps etc.


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Jan your last comment is exactly what I referred to in my original reply, Apple hand holding is the reason most people continue to buy / own Apple products. You pay upfront an added premium for the "service", if it is worth it to you simply buy the latest Iphone which I believe has an acceptable camera, although overpriced (aren't they all) for what they are.
If you check on reviews the Huawei premium range are best on the camera front, although the USA have a down on them and they now don't have access to a lot of the Android apps etc.

Maybe Apple are more expensive John, but I think I have less trouble with my setup than any other and I have never been refused help from their support.
I still havenīt decided what phone or make yet.

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Jan your last comment is exactly what I referred to in my original reply, Apple hand holding is the reason most people continue to buy / own Apple products. You pay upfront an added premium for the "service", if it is worth it to you simply buy the latest Iphone which I believe has an acceptable camera, although overpriced (aren't they all) for what they are.
If you check on reviews the Huawei premium range are best on the camera front, although the USA have a down on them and they now don't have access to a lot of the Android apps etc.

Maybe Apple are more expensive John, but I think I have less trouble with my setup than any other and I have never been refused help from their support.
I still havenīt decided what phone or make yet.
You’ll work it out, you usually do. Everyone’s a critic, trust your own judgement it won’t let you down. AND if it does you’ve only yourself to blame. 😆

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Wotwot blame myself Thatís why I have to make all these enquiries Terry, I donít want to make the wrong decision. I have not regretted having Apple 🍎 things, being a simple person I think they are simple to use, howsomever it would be nice to have a phone with decent camera and Video all in one.
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Wotwot blame myself Thatís why I have to make all these enquiries Terry, I donít want to make the wrong decision. I have not regretted having Apple 🍎 things, being a simple person I think they are simple to use, howsomever it would be nice to have a phone with decent camera and Video all in one.

Will agree about Apple, never had issues with phone or pad have just never gone to the Mac as the pad gets used most.

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