Telus Rewards Announced For Alberta

Telus Rewards Announced For Alberta

October 30, 2018
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Telus/Cambridge Electronics Incorporated is pleased to announce that the telecommunications company’s Rewards program is now available for Mobile and Home customers who have a linked TELUS Home Internet and a post-paid mobility account. The electronics and gadget store in Alberta is located at 105-8701 94 St., Fort Saskatchewan, and is proud to offer the Rewards program to its customers.

The Rewards program is a free loyalty program that allows members to earn points that can be redeemed towards items in the rewards catalog. It provides initial and ongoing rewards for customers based on their length of time with the company and their monthly spending. Mobile and Home customers are now eligible for the Rewards Program if they have a linked TELUS Home Internet and a post-paid TELUS mobility account. Customers who are not sure if their TELUS Mobility account is consolidated to their Home Services account can call 1-888-811-2323.

Dan LHeureux from the Telus/Cambridge Electronics store says that new and existing Mobile and Home customers that fit the eligibility requirements will be automatically enrolled in the Rewards program as they become eligible and they can immediately start earning points. To redeem their points in the Rewards portal customers must activate their Rewards account once they receive an email invitation from TELUS or by looking for the TELUS Rewards banner in their My TELUS account page or by visiting the website at

Customers will be receiving an activation email that will inform them of both their enrollment details and instructions to log into My TELUS to activate their account. These emails will be sent out within 1 week of enrollment. To be eligible for the rewards program, customers and employees alike must have an address based in Alberta or British Columbia and have either a TELUS Internet plus a linked postpaid TELUS Mobility account or a minimum of 3 eligible TELUS services. Eligible services include Home Phone, Internet, Optik TV, Satellite TV, SmartHome Security and Linked, post-paid TELUS mobility. Corporate accounts are not eligible.

In order to redeem points a customer’s account must be active and should not be in treatment, suspended, canceled or closed status. They must log into the Rewards portal and accept the program Terms and Conditions in order to redeem their points. Earned points can be redeemed from an online catalog of products which customers access via their TELUS Rewards account.

It is clear that signing up and being a TELUS customer is even more rewarding now with the TELUS Rewards program. It’s easy to earn points for every dollar you spend with TELUS and the redeemed points can be used for free movies, bill credits, charitable donations, and much more from the TELUS Rewards online catalogue at

Dan LHeureux says, “We are proud to serve Canada’s largest and fastest network and we are excited about offering the rewards program to customers in Alberta and British Columbia.” Dan believes that valued customers will gladly redeem their points for exclusive rewards that they will love. It is believed that this rewards program will keep TELUS on top of the telecommunications industry in Canada.

The telecommunications company, indeed, has received many positive comments from customers. A customer said in a review of TELUS on that he is very pleased and will recommend it to all his friends. Another reviewer on says she has been with TELUS since 2007 and has been happy with them all this time. She goes on to tell the company to keep up the great customer service and after hearing some of the issues other providers have she thinks TELUS is number one. A customer said in a review on Facebook that she is one happy camper and thanked the company for its services.

According to an article on, TELUS is the second largest telecom company in Canada with 8,600,000 subscribers in 2016. They have gradually risen to become a major player in the Canadian telecom industry. Canada Telecommunications says that TELUS is among the top most popular telecom companies in Canada. Dan says that the TELUS Rewards program is just another example of their innovation in the industry and a contributor to the telecom company’s success.

More information about the Rewards program can be found at the program’s official website at Or people can visit to get general information about TELUS. Customers can also contact Dan LHeureux of Telus Fort Sask store at Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta, or call him by phone.

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Apple iPad October 30th Event Announcing More New Products

What to Expect at Apple’s October 30th Event: New iPad Pros, Mac Mini, Low-Cost Retina Notebook and More

Apple will be announcing some new products on Monday October 30th. Checkout what the rumours are and what to expect we will hear below:

While Apple introduced iPhones back in September, there are still a number of products that the company is planning to refresh before the end of the year, necessitating a second fall 2018 event, set to be held on Tuesday, October 30 in New York City.

Apple’s October event will focus on the iPad and the Mac, and below, we’ve rounded up everything we expect to see along with a few other products that might possibly make an appearance at the keynote.

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iPad Pro

Apple is working on updated iPad Pro models that adopt an iPhone XS-style design with slimmer bezels and no Home button, with the iPads instead set to gain a TrueDepth camera system that will replace Touch ID with Face ID for biometric authentication purposes.

Though the iPhone XS uses a notch for the TrueDepth camera, the upcoming iPad Pro models are expected to feature slim top, bottom, and side bezels all around the display. Apple is not planning to use an OLED display for the new iPads due to cost and production issues.

2018 iPad Pro mockup via iDropNews

Recent CAD drawings sourced from a case maker along with additional leaks have given us some insight into the dimensions of the new iPad Pro models. The smaller iPad Pro is expected to be 7 inches wide (178.52mm) and 9.7 inches tall (247.64mm), while the larger model will be 8.5 inches wide (215mm) and 11 inches tall (280.66mm).

The smaller of the two iPad Pro models may be as thin as 5.86mm, and it’s not clear how thick the larger iPad Pro model will be. It could be as thin, or somewhat thicker like the current 12.9-inch iPad Pro. Bezels for both iPad Pro models could measure in at around 6mm at the top, bottom, and sides.

Based on multiple leaks, Apple is apparently relocating the magnetic Smart Connector on the new iPad Pro models from the side to the bottom near the Lightning port, which could perhaps require a new vertically oriented Smart Keyboard. It’s not clear why Apple is making this change, and it’s not known if Apple is indeed releasing a new Smart Keyboard that connects differently.

Originally, it was thought that Apple was relocating the connector because Face ID would be limited to portrait orientation since that’s the way it works on the iPhone, but code in iOS 12.1 suggests that after being set up vertically, Face ID will work on the iPad in both portrait and landscape modes.

Design wise, the new iPad Pro models are said to feature a “diamond cut” at both the front and the back, which suggests the tablets could have a design similar to the iPhone SE with beveled edges. Antenna lines on the device may also be located at the top and bottom, similar to the iPhone 7, rather than in a block at the top.

Renderings of 12.9-inch iPad Pro based on alleged CAD drawings

There are other major changes in store for the iPad Pro. Apple is said to be planning to eliminate the headphone jack from the iPad lineup like it did in the iPhone starting with the iPhone 7, and it’s rumored to use a USB-C port instead of a Lightning port.

A USB-C port would allow for faster charging and new functionality not possible via Lightning such as the ability to drive a 4K monitor.

Inside, the new iPad Pro models are said to be equipped with an A12X Bionic processor that’s even faster than the A12 chip in the new iPhone lineup.

Renderings of 12.9-inch iPad Pro based on alleged CAD drawings

For more on the iPad Pro, make sure to check out our iPad Pro roundup.

Apple Pencil 2

Alongside new iPad Pro models, Apple is said to be planning to introduce a second-generation Apple Pencil with a new design.

Little detail is known about the new Apple Pencil, but it could feature an AirPods-like pairing experience with the ability to switch the Apple Pencil between devices without the need to plug it into a Lightning port.

iPad mini

Reliable Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo believes Apple is working on an upgraded iPad mini that features an upgraded processor and a lower-cost display panel, which suggests it will be more affordable than the current version.

Kuo wasn’t entirely sure if Apple plans to release the iPad mini at its October event or at a later date in 2018 or early 2019, but there’s a possibility it will be unveiled alongside new iPad Pro models.

We don’t have any other information about the new iPad mini at this point in time, but it sounds like it’s not going to get the same design refinements that are coming to Apple’s iPad Pro lineup.

For more on the iPad mini, check out our iPad mini roundup.

MacBook Air

Apple has a 13-inch MacBook Air replacement in the works, which has been the subject of rumors for more than a year now. It’s still not clear whether Apple plans to label the machine as MacBook Air or a MacBook, but some concrete details about the upcoming notebook can be gleaned from everything we’ve heard.

Positioned as an entry-level low-cost machine in Apple’s product lineup, the notebook will be 13 inches in size and it will feature a Retina display. It is said to be similar in design to the current 13-inch MacBook Air, but with slimmer bezels.

It’s not entirely clear how Apple will distinguish this machine from the 12-inch MacBook if it’s going to be a MacBook Air with a Retina display, but if the design is similar to the current MacBook Air, the 12-inch MacBook will still be Apple’s lightest machine, justifying its higher price tag.

Various pricing rumors have suggested that it could be available for anywhere from $799 to $1,200, but the most reliable source, Bloomberg, believes it will cost under $1,000.

Whiskey Lake chips appropriate for a MacBook Air-like machine were announced by Intel in August, and so Apple could potentially be planning to use these chips in the device.

For more on the mixed rumors we’ve been hearing about the 13-inch low-cost notebook, check out our MacBook Air roundup.


Regardless of whether the rumored lower-cost 13-inch notebook is positioned as a MacBook Air or a MacBook, rumors suggest Apple is planning to maintain the 12-inch MacBook lineup and a MacBook refresh is said to be in the works.

Upgraded 12-inch MacBooks are likely to feature Intel’s 8th-generation Amber Lake Y-series processors, announced in August. These chips bring processor and battery improvements, so new MacBooks could offer both faster performance and longer battery life.

Aside from upgraded Intel chips, there’s been little information on what else Apple might add to a refreshed MacBook lineup.

For more on the MacBook, check out our 12-inch MacBook roundup.


Apple refreshes its iMac lineup on a regular basis, and reliable Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo recently said that an updated model is in the works and set to launch at Apple’s October 30th event.

We’re expecting new iMacs that feature upgraded 8th-generation Intel processors, improved GPUs, and perhaps the adoption of the T2 chip that was introduced in the iMac Pro and has since been added to the MacBook Pro.

For more on the iMac, make sure to check out our iMac roundup.

Mac mini

Apple is working on a refreshed version of the Mac mini that’s focused on the pro user base. The upgraded device will feature new storage and processor options, and because Apple is aiming it at pro users, some models could be more expensive than previous Mac mini products.

We don’t have a lot of additional information available on what to expect from the Mac mini, but one rumor suggested the higher-end model “won’t be so mini anymore,” hinting at one configuration with a larger size to accommodate higher-end components.

Given that the new Mac mini is going to be a pro-focused machine, it’s not clear what chips it will adopt, but Intel this year has announced 8th-generation processors appropriate for both desktop and notebook machines. Past Mac mini models have used the same chips as the 13-inch MacBook Pro, but Apple may be planning to opt for more powerful chips for a pro Mac mini model.

For everything we’ve heard on the Mac mini, check out our Mac mini roundup.

Other Possibilities


Mac Pro Preview

Apple last year announced work on a high-end high-throughput modular Mac Pro that will facilitate regular upgrades to meet the needs of Apple’s pro user base.

Apple has said this new, redesigned Mac Pro will launch at some point in 2019, but in the past, the company has provided us with early previews and the work on the Mac Pro is no secret, so it’s possible we’ll get a little taste of what to expect at this fall Mac-focused event.

Modular Mac Pro concept from
For more on Apple’s work on a redesigned Mac Pro, check out our Mac Pro roundup.

iMac Pro

As should come as no surprise, Apple is working on a next-generation iMac Pro model, which Bloomberg confirmed this afternoon. There are no new chips available that would be appropriate for an upgraded iMac Pro right now, but it’s possible Apple will give us some details on when we can expect a refreshed iMac Pro machine.

AirPower and AirPods

We’re still waiting on the AirPower, the three-device charging mat that Apple introduced in September 2017. When it made its debut, Apple said it would launch at some point in 2018, and we’ve got a few months to go, so it could potentially make an appearance at the October event.

We’re not counting on it though, as Apple made no mention of the AirPower at its September iPhone-focused event, where a launch would have made more sense.

The AirPower is designed to charge the Apple Watch (Series 3 and 4), glass-backed iPhones, and AirPods all at the same time, with a wireless charging case required to enable wireless charging for the AirPods.

Alongside the AirPower, Apple is supposed to be introducing a new AirPods Charging Case that adds wireless charging to the earbuds, so if we see the launch of the AirPower, AirPods are likely to launch alongside it.

In addition to wireless charging, refreshed AirPods could gain an upgraded wireless chip that supports hands-free “Hey Siri” functionality. With “Hey Siri” support, AirPod owners will be able to activate Siri without needing to double tap on the AirPods with a finger.

Existing AirPods Charging Case next to redesigned AirPods Charging Case with wireless charging capabilities
No other major changes are rumored for the AirPods this year, but there have been some hints that Apple is working on a set of Apple-branded high-end over-ear headphones that could launch in late 2018 at the earliest, so we may see a mention of them. Rumors on a launch date have been mixed, though, so Apple may not be ready to debut these until 2019.

For more information on the AirPods, check out our AirPods roundup.

How to Watch

Apple’s event will kick off at 10:00 a.m. Eastern Time, three hours earlier than events are normally held. This year’s event is happening earlier because it’s taking place on the East Coast instead of the West Coast.

Apple is planning to live stream the product unveilings on its event website and through the Events app on the Apple TV.

For those unable to watch, MacRumors will have live coverage both here on and on our MacRumorsLive Twitter account, along with continuing coverage over the course of the next few weeks.

What are you most looking forward to seeing Apple introduce this year? Let us know in the comments.

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I Phone Xr Launch Day At TELUS Store Scheduled For October 26

Telus Rewards Announced For Alberta

I Phone Xr Launch Day At TELUS Store Scheduled For October 26

Distributed on 10/24/2018

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Telus/Cambridge Electronics Incorporated, a store based in Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta, Canada, specializing in cellular phones and other personal communication devices, has announced that the iPhone Xr is expected to arrive at their store on October 26. They expect to have a variety of colours that were announced at the Apple event that was held in early September 2018. The store has started accepting pre-orders on Monday, October 22. Those who want place a pre-order are urged to drop by the store so that they can get their iPhone Xr on Launch Day. Dan LHeureux from Telus/Cambridge Electronics Incorporated, says, “We are really excited about the impeding arrival of the iPhone Xr at our store. So if you really want to be among the first to have this beautiful iPhone, we urge you to place your pre-order as soon as possible to avoid getting disappointed.” Dan points out that iPhone Xr is equipped with the all-new Liquid Retina, which is the most advanced LCD in the industry. Using an innovative backlight design, the screen is capable of being stretched into the corners so that the user sees true-to-life colour from one edge to the other. It also has a faster Face ID and the most powerful and smartest processor in a smartphone. Dan says, “All-screen makes all the difference. See how much more room you’ll have for everything you love to do. The Apple iPhone Xr has the largest LCD ever on an iPhone and it leads the industry when it comes to colour accuracy. It also boasts of what is believed to be the most durable front glass ever provided for a smartphone. It has precision-machined, aerospace-grade aluminum bands, it is dust and water resistant, and it is available in six kinds of new finishes.” Furthermore, security has been made simple with the iPhone Xr’s advanced Face ID where the user’s face is the password. With just a glance, the user can unlock the iPhone, pay for things, or log in to apps. Dan says that it has been observed to provide the most secure facial authentication in a smartphone and it has been made to respond faster. The iPhone Xr is powered by the A12 Bionic processor, which is equipped with Apple’s next-generation neural engine. This is an 8-core neural engine with enhanced image signal processor and advanced performance control. It has been noted to have I Phone Xr Launch Day At TELUS Store Scheduled For October 26 Distributed on 10/24/2018 About Telus/Cambridge Electronics Incorporated: We’re a team of about a dozen Telus Specialists, professional problem solvers, tinkerers, and all around geeks, working around the clock to make Cambridge Electronics Incorporated the best Telus Service Provider in the universe. Contact Telus/Cambridge Electronics Incorporated: Dan LHeureux 105-8701 94 st Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta T8L 4P7

up to 50 percent faster graphics performance, up to 15 percent faster performance ores, and up to 50 percent lower power usage in efficiency cores. Dan says, “The iPhone Xr also has a breakthrough camera system because it has an innovative sensor that works with the neural engine and the ISP to help produce photographs like never before. Its 12 megapixel rear camera has an f/1.8 wide angle lens, a portrait mode with depth control, a 2x faster sensor for Smart HDR, and 4K video up to 60 fps. It has a TrueDepth front camera with f/2.2 wide-angle lens, portrait mode with depth control, and 1080p HD video up to 60 fps.” The iPhone Fort Saskatchewan store is made up of a team of experts who make it easy for customers to choose the proper wireless device and match it up with the various accessories that they need, integrate them with web services that they already use, share them on social networks, and monitor the results. This is because the team is made up of Telus Specialists who can guide customers on getting the right solutions for their problems. Aside from iPhones, the Telus/Cambridge Electronics also offers a variety of smartphones, including various brands like Samsung, Huawei, Google, Blackberry, LG, ZTE, and Alcatel. Available from Samsung are the Galaxy Note 9, Galaxy A8, Galaxy A5, Galaxy S9+, Galaxy S9, Galaxy S8, Galaxy Note 8, Galaxy J3 Prime, Galaxy Xcover 4, and Galaxy S8+. Huawei devices include the Huawei E8372 LTE WiFi Mobile Internet Key, Huawei P20 Pro, and Huawei P20. Google smartphones include the Google Pixel 2 XL – 128GB, Google Pixel 2 XL – 64GB, Google Pixel 2 – 128GB, and Google Pixel 2 – 64GB. LG smartphones include the LG G7 ThinQ, LG X Power 2, LG Stylo 3 Plus, LG Q6, LG G6, and LG V30. Those who want to learn more about the services Telus/Cambridge Electronics offers, or would like to come into the store to get their questions answered, their store hours are 9am to 8pm Monday through Friday, 9:30am to 6pm on Saturday, and 11am to 5pm on Sunday.

Want to see whats coming up in the New Changes on This years 2018 iPads?

Want to see whats coming up in the New Changes on This years 2018 iPads?

A while back on Tech Talk I spoke about the upcoming release of New Apple iPads for 2018. Well now we have more information for you on what you can expect to see with these new devices! Read below to see what’s coming:


New renders show what to expect from Apple’s 2018 iPad Pro refresh

With Apple’s ‘There’s more in the making‘ event little more than a week away, Hungarian industrial designer Victor Kádár has shared renders of the 2018 iPad Pro based on all the reports that have come out ahead of the tablet’s reveal.

The renders allow one to easily visualize how the new 12.9-inch and 11-inch will look, showcasing both devices’ slimmer bezels.

Like the iPhone X, iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max, the new iPad Pros are expected to feature Face ID. Unlike Apple’s smartphones, however, neither of the new iPads is expected to include a display cutout. What’s more, Face ID will reportedly work in both portrait and landscape orientation on the 2018 iPad Pro.

Apple will also reportedly do away with the iPad Pro’s Lightning socket, and will instead add a USB-C port to facilitate functionality like 4K display output. Unfortunately, there’s also speculation the new iPad Pro also won’t include an analog headphone jack.

MobileSyrup will be on the ground in New York City next Tuesday to bring you all the latest from Apple’s second fall hardware event.

Source: Victor Kádár Via: 9to5Mac

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Apple updates its Website with Service costs for the iPhone Xr

Apple updates its Website with Service costs for the iPhone Xr

With the recent heat Apple got in the News they came out with changes on their website for the service costs to repair the new iPhone Xr if you have some bad luck and damage it. Here is quick pointer. Just buy the Applecare+ for your device and you wont have to worry about this issue. Read more about this below:

iPhone XR screen replacement will cost $259, battery replacement $89

Cupertino computing giant Apple has updated its ‘iPhone service pricing’ website, revealing how much iPhone XR owners will need to pay to service the company’s latest smartphone.

According to Apple, it will cost $259 CAD to replace the iPhone XR’s LCD display out of warranty. Device-owners who buy AppleCare+ will only need to pay $39.

Any iPhone XR owners experiencing battery issues will need to pay $89 as an out of warranty cost of replacement. For those with AppleCare+, the cost of servicing an iPhone XR battery is $0.

“Issues caused by accidental damage aren’t covered under the Apple Limited Warranty,” according to Apple.

“These prices apply only to repairs made by Apple. Other service providers may set their own prices. We’ll add a CA$10.77 shipping fee if your repair requires shipping and isn’t covered under warranty or AppleCare+.”

Other damages — like a shattered glass back — not covered by warranty or AppleCare+ will cost $519. Other damages covered by AppleCare+ will cost $129.

Apple went live with pre-orders for its entry-level 2018 iPhone on October 19th, 2018, with the 64GB base model coming in at $1,029.

The iPhone XR will be widely available through Apple, or its carrier partners, on October 29th, 2018.

Source: Apple

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New Google Pixel 3 Camera App to be Released to Pixel 2 2XL Devices

New Google Pixel 3 Camera App to be Released to Pixel 2 2XL Devices

New Google Pixel 3 Camera App to be Released to Pixel 2 2XL Devices

A while back I spoke about some really cool Camera Apps which were going to be released with the New Google Pixel 3, 3XL. Well great news these same powerful and fun Apps are going to be release with the Google Pixel 2, 2XL as well. These are going to be amazing Apps that will add some phone to your phone when taking some great pictures. Check out the article below:


Google Pixel 3 camera app rolling out to Pixel 2, 2 XL devices

The latest version of the camera app developed by Mountain View social networking giant Google is reportedly rolling out to Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL devices now.

According to Droid Life, Google Camera version 6.1.013 — the same version available on Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL devices — is slowly coming to last year’s pair of flagship Google phones.

It’s worth noting that while some Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL users claim to have received the update, a Pixel 2 XL in the MobileSyrup offices has yet to receive an update.

Additionally, while the latest version of Google Camera brings some user interface upgrades, Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL devices will not be able to utilize Google Camera’s suite of advanced selfie camera features, since the 2017 Pixel twins don’t have the same selfie camera hardware as the 2018 Pixel siblings.

The Google Camera app is free-to-download for compatible Pixel and Nexus devices.

Source: Droid Life

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iPhone Xr, to arrive at TELUS on Friday, October 26.

iPhone Xr, to arrive at TELUS on Friday, October 26

The highly anticipated launch of the Apple iPhone Xr is coming this week. We hope to have a variety of the colours that were announced at the Apple event held in early September. Pre-orders will start Monday. Stop by the store to place your pre-order in order to get yours on Launch day!


Brilliant. In every way.

All-new Liquid Retina — the most advanced LCD in the industry. Even faster Face ID. The smartest, most powerful chip in a smartphone. And a breakthrough camera system. iPhoneXR.It’s beautiful any way you look at it.

Introducing Liquid Retina.The new display on iPhone XR is the most advanced LCD in the industry. An innovative backlight design allows the screen to stretch into the corners. So you see true-to-life colour from one beautiful edge to the other.
All-screen makes all the difference.See how much more room you’ll have for everything you love to do.
Exceptional Materials. The most durable front glass ever in a smartphone. Precision-machined, aerospace-grade aluminum bands. Water and dust resistance.2And six stunning new finishes.
Advanced Face ID. Security is simple when your face is your password. You can unlock your iPhone, log in to apps and pay for things with a glance. It’s the most secure facial authentication ever in a smartphone. And now it’s even faster.
Intelligent A12 Bionic. This is the smartest, most powerful chip in a smartphone, with Apple’s next-generation Neural Engine. For amazing augmented reality experiences. Incredible portraits with Depth Control. And speed and fluidity in everything you do.
Breakthrough camera system.The world’s most popular camera is defining a new era of photography. Where an innovative sensor works with the ISP and Neural Engine to help you create photos like never before.
Portrait Mode. iPhone XR uses a single-lens camera and machine learning to keep people in the foreground in sharp focus against an artfully blurred background.
Enhanced bokeh effect. Portrait mode photos look even more professional thanks to a sophisticated background blur.
All-new Depth Control. Now you can adjust the depth of field in portraits after you shoot.
Smart HDR. New secondary frames, a faster sensor and the powerful A12 Bionic chip bring more highlight and shadow detail to your photos.

12MP rear camera

TrueDepth camera

No other phone is like iPhone.Every decision that goes into iPhone makes it stand apart. From the way it’s made, to the way privacy and security are built in from the start, to the way Apple responsibly recycles it.
The iPhone XR display has rounded corners that follow a beautiful curved design, and these corners are within a standard rectangle. When measured as a standard rectangular shape, the screen is 6.06 inches diagonally. Actual viewable area is less.iPhone XR is splash-, water- and dust-resistant, and was tested under controlled laboratory conditions with a rating of IP67 under IEC standard 60529 (maximum depth of 1 metre up to 30 minutes). Splash-, water- and dust-resistance are not permanent conditions and resistance might decrease as a result of normal wear. Do not attempt to charge a wet iPhone; refer to the user guide for cleaning and drying instructions. Liquid damage not covered under warranty.Qi wireless chargers sold separately.Compared with A11 Bionic.** Trade-in values may vary based on the condition and model of your smartphone trade-in. Must be at least 18. Offer may not be available in all stores and not all devices are eligible for credit. Apple reserves the right to refuse or limit the quantity of any device for any reason. Value of your current device may be applied toward purchase of a new Apple device. Additional terms at Some features may not be available for all countries or all areas. Click here to see complete list.

The best national carrier for iPhone

Enjoy an exclusive bundle of services only available with TELUS. One-on-one support from a dedicated Personal Representative.1 Flexible AppleCare+ monthly or upfront payment options. Complimentary TELUS Learning Centre® sessions.2 In-store diagnostics and replacements by certified Apple Masters.


The best national customer service.

Our commitment to putting customers first has helped make us #1 in customer service of any national communications provider3. Join TELUS and see why friendly feels good.

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Cambridge Electronics Joins Telus in Fall Giving

Cambridge Electronics Joins Telus in Fall Giving

Cambridge Electronics Joins Telus in Fall Giving

Cambridge Electronics Incorporated joins Telus in Fall giving in helping vulnerable youth reach their Full Potential. Dan Lheureux’s Telus Dealership in the Cornerstone Mall is also helping youth following Telus lead. While away on a course Dan came across “Operation Underground Railroad” an Organization that


We are on a program that supports this Mission on a monthly basis and asks people to take a look at this very sad and serious issue and hopefully join the cause!

See more below on how TELUS is giving an unprecedented $120 million to help vulnerable youth reach their full potential


TELUS launches the TELUS Friendly Future Foundation, which provides grants to grassroots charities and gives kids a brighter future

Vancouver – TELUS announced it is giving an unprecedented $120 million, launching the TELUS Friendly Future Foundation, an independent charitable organization mandated to address the social and economic challenges facing Canada’s disadvantaged youth. This inaugural endowment is the largest donation made by a publicly traded Canadian company in history and one of the largest ever in North America.

Across Canada, 1.5 million children go hungry without access to nutritious food every single day; 350,000 young people are in government care and, lacking the support of a family, often experience trauma and an isolating transition into adulthood; 30,000 Canadians, many of them young people, are homeless on any given night and lack vital access to healthcare; and 40 per cent of low-income families lack affordable access to the Internet, putting kids at risk of falling behind in school.

“At TELUS, we believe that the challenges faced by vulnerable Canadian youth are unacceptable, which is why we are increasing our support of this important group,” said Darren Entwistle, President and CEO of TELUS. “The TELUS Friendly Future Foundation enables even the smallest grassroots charities that are on the front lines in our communities – yet are often overlooked by large corporate donors – to receive funding grants that will be used to help young Canadians build digital literacy skills, provide basic healthcare and mental health support to the homeless, and open up essential educational opportunities.”

Mr. Entwistle added, “In the last two decades, TELUS, our team members and retirees have contributed more than $1 billion through $530 million in financial support and 1.21 million days of volunteerism, giving with our hearts and our hands to Canadians, yet still, there is so much more to be done. Working with the TELUS Community Boards, the Foundation will help to remove barriers and connect our most vulnerable citizens to the resources they need. The potential of these young people is boundless, and it is our responsibility to support and nurture them.”

TELUS has a legacy of helping disadvantaged Canadians, earning a global reputation as a values-driven company and the honour of being the first Canadian organization named the most philanthropic company in the world by the Association of Fundraising Professionals.

The Friendly Future Foundation builds on the many achievements of the TELUS Community Boards to date and ensures TELUS’ commitment to giving will be sustained for decades to come, solidifying TELUS’ position as the most giving company in the world. The TELUS Community Boards operate in 18 communities where TELUS team members live and work, both in Canada and abroad through TELUS International. Since 2005, the Community Boards have given $72 million to grassroots registered charities in support of 7,000 programs. The TELUS Community Boards operate in Victoria, Vancouver, Thompson Okanagan, Calgary, Edmonton, Manitoba, Ottawa, the Greater Toronto Area, Barrie, Montreal, Quebec City, Rimouski, Atlantic Canada, the Philippines, Bulgaria, Romania, El Salvador, and Guatemala.

The support provided by the TELUS Friendly Future Foundation complements TELUS’ existing social-purpose initiatives, including:
● Internet for Good, a ground-breaking program that offers nearly 30,000 low-income families in B.C. and Alberta access to low-cost, high-speed Internet and a computer. TELUS is expanding this program to even more families through the Government of Canada’s “Connecting Families” initiative this November;

● Mobility for Good, which offers a free cell phone and data plan to youth aging out of the foster care system in B.C., Ontario, and Quebec, ensuring this vulnerable population can stay connected to their support networks, social services, education and employment opportunities. TELUS will expand this program to Alberta this November, and Manitoba in February 2019;

● Health for Good, an innovative national program that provides healthcare to vulnerable and underserved Canadians through the deployment of specially equipped mobile health clinics into communities where frontline care is urgently needed.
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About TELUS’ social purpose:
In support of our philosophy to give where we live, TELUS, our team members and retirees have contributed over $530 million to charitable and not-for-profit organizations and volunteered more than 8.7 million hours of service to local communities since 2000. Created in 2005 by President and CEO Darren Entwistle, TELUS’ 13 Canadian Community Boards and five international boards have led the Company’s support of grassroots charities and have contributed $72 million in support of 7,000 local charitable projects, enriching the lives of more than 2 million children and youth, annually. TELUS was honoured to be named the most outstanding philanthropic corporation globally for 2010 by the Association of Fundraising Professionals, becoming the first Canadian company to receive this prestigious international recognition. For more information about TELUS, please visit

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Google+ Is Shutting Down: How Will It Impact SEOs?

Google+ Is Shutting Down: How Will It Impact SEOs?

Big NEWS released that Google was hacked and millions of private date was exposed 3 years ago and that they hid it. This forces them to shut down. Read below:

Oct 9, 2018 • 7:54 am | comments (7)by twitterGoogle+| Filed Under Google Search Engine

As you probably heard by now, Google+ is shutting down. The reason is over lack of us and a data exposure through their API, which sounds similar to the Facebook issue. The big question in our community is how will it impact SEO and SEOs?

Firstly, I don’t think any of the readers here is surprised that Google is closing up Google+. I do think many are surprised with how Google has handled this. Supposedly a bug in Google+ gave outsiders access to private data from 2015 through sometime this year and Google did not disclose it because they didn’t think it would be a good idea to disclose it. That is a bit surprising and sad to hear from a company many of us trust and some of us do not trust. You can read about the data issues at Techmeme, it has been covered in detail and I am not going to cover it in that much detail.

At Search Engine Land, I covered the history of Google+ in search and how it impacted us over the years in the search results. It makes for a good read if you want to know some of the history.

But many are asking, how will it impact SEOs going forward. The truth is, it won’t impact SEOs all that much.

For the most part, Google+ has very little interaction in search or the search community. It doesn’t impact rankings, it doesn’t influence personalization anymore, it doesn’t impact anything around authors or content. It even has been pulled out of Google Local and Google My Business. It pretty much has died a slow death over the years in terms of integration into Google. So in terms of pure SEO, it will have almost no impact.

The one thing that will change is how John Mueller of Google schedules and announces his Google webmaster hangouts. He posts them on Google+ over here and make for a good place for John to collect questions prior to the hangout. So John will have to figure out a new place to do that. It wouldn’t be the first time Google took away something from John’s hangouts, like the Google+ Q&A feature and other features. So we will adapt.


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Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL specs: This is no Galaxy Note 9

Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL specs: This is no Galaxy Note 9

Check out the latest on the Google Pixel 3 in this article below which was announced officially today!

As we saw throughout the last several months, the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL specs aren’t all that impressive. Looking almost identical to last year’s flagships, the internal specs of both handsets don’t stand out when compared to other 2018 flagships.

You can find the list of Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL specs in the table below:

Google Pixel 3 specsGoogle Pixel 3 XL specs
Display5.5-inch Flexible OLED
1,080 x 2,160 resolution
443 PPI
18:9 screen ratio
Gorilla Glass 5
6.3-inch Flexible OLED
1,440 x 2,960 resolution
523 PPI
18.5:9 screen ratio
Gorilla Glass 5
ProcessorQualcomm Snapdragon 845Qualcomm Snapdragon 845
GPUAdreno 630Adreno 630
Storage64GB, 128GB
No microSD slot
64GB, 128GB
No microSD slot
CamerasRear: 12.2MP f/1.8 sensor, 1.4 micron pixels, OIS and EIS, spectral and flicker sensor

Main: 8MP standard angle (75 degree FOV) f/1.8 auto-focus sensor
Secondary: 8MP wide-angle (97 degree FOV) f/2.2 fixed-focus sensor

Rear: 12.2MP f/1.8 sensor, 1.4 micron pixels, OIS and EIS, spectral and flicker sensor

Main: 8MP standard angle (75 degree FOV) f/1.8 auto-focus sensor
Secondary: 8MP wide-angle (97 degree FOV) f/2.2 fixed-focus sensor

Headphone jackNoNo
Wireless charging
Wireless charging
IP ratingIP68IP68
Software versionAndroid 9 PieAndroid 9 Pie
Other featuresDual front-facing speakers, Active Edge, USB Type-C, single nano-SIMDual front-facing speakers, Active Edge, USB Type-C, single nano-SIM
ConnectivityWi-Fi 2.4GHz + 5GHz 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, 2×2 MIMO, Bluetooth 5.0,
Wi-Fi 2.4GHz + 5GHz 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, 2×2 MIMO, Bluetooth 5.0,
NetworkWorld-wide network/carrier compatibility with: GSM/EDGE: Quad-band (850, 900, 1800, 1900 MHz)
WCDMA: W1/W2 FDD-LTE: Bands 1/2/3/4/5/7/8/12/13/17/18/19/20/25/ 26/28/29/32/66/71
Supports up to CAT 16 (1Gbps DL / 75Mbps UL), 5x DL CA, 4×4 MIMO, LAA, 256-QAM DL and 64-QAM UL depending on carrier support
eSIM (Select markets. See your carrier for details)
FeliCa (Japan only)
World-wide network/carrier compatibility with: GSM/EDGE: Quad-band (850, 900, 1800, 1900 MHz)
WCDMA: W1/W2 FDD-LTE: Bands 1/2/3/4/5/7/8/12/13/17/18/19/20/25/ 26/28/29/32/66/71
Supports up to CAT 16 (1Gbps DL / 75Mbps UL), 5x DL CA, 4×4 MIMO, LAA, 256-QAM DL and 64-QAM UL depending on carrier support
eSIM (Select markets. See your carrier for details)
FeliCa (Japan only)
Dimensions68.2 x 145.6 x 7.9 mm / 2.7 x 5.7 x 0.3 in 148 g / 5.2 oz76.7 x 158.0 x 7.9 mm / 3.0 x 6.2 x 0.3 in 184g / 6.5 oz
ColorsJust Black, Clearly White, Not PinkJust Black, Clearly White, Not Pink
In the boxQuick Switch Adapter
USB-C to USB-C cable
USB-C 18W Power adapter
Pixel USB-C earbuds
USB-C digital to 3.5 mm headphone adapter
SIM tool
Quick Start Guide
Quick Switch Adapter
USB-C to USB-C cable
USB-C 18W Power adapter
Pixel USB-C earbuds
USB-C digital to 3.5 mm headphone adapter
SIM tool
Quick Start Guide

Starting around front, the smaller Pixel 3 features a 5.5-inch P-OLED screen with a 1,080 x 2,160 resolution while the larger Pixel 3 XL sports a 1,440 x 2,960 resolution 6.3-inch P-OLED display. And while the latter of the two does feature a notch, both phones retain the stereo front-facing speakers.

Just like with previous Pixel handsets, both the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL are almost identical spec-wise. So as far as cameras are concerned, around front, this means that the pair of smartphones each feature dual 8MP sensors (one standard f/1.8 shooter and one wide-angle f/2.2 snapper). These sensors allow the Pixels to take wide-angle selfies and handle better depth sensing. Around back, both handsets will utilize a single 12.2MP f/1.8 sensor.

Inside, the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL specs include a Snapdragon 845 chipset, 4GB of RAM, and 64GB or 128GB of built-in storage. The smaller of the two will come with a 2,915mAh battery while the larger model is powered by a 3,430mAh battery.

Additional specs include IP68 water and dust resistance, Android 9 Pie, wireless charging, and the pressure-sensitive Active Edge.

What do you think about the Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL specs? Will this be your next smartphone? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section below!


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