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How To Find Us

GigaRefurb.co.uk is located in Lyntown trading Estate in Manchester.

OUR ADDRESS

Lyntown Trading Estate , Lynwell Road, Manchester , M30 9QG

DIRECTIONS

From the M60, Take Junction signposted M602 Salford, Exit the M602 at Eccles, and head towards lyntown trading estate, We are located just 2 miles from Manchester city centre Please contact us if you require further help finding us! 0161 745 9720

Opening times

GigaRefurb.co.uk is always open for business online

SALES / CUSTOMER SUPPORT / COLLECTION HOURS

Monday - Friday8:30am to 5:30pm
SaturdayClosed
SundayClosed

*Please note: we will be closed over Public & Bank Holidays

News

  • Earlier this month, Apple announced the latest revisions of its entire family of operating systems including iOS, iPadOS, tvOS, watchOS and macOS. While all of latest beta versions of those operating systems are currently available to developers, today marks the first time that Apple is releasing public betas.
  • The incoming 2019 family of Apple iPhones is just a few months away, and thanks to numerous leaks, we already have a pretty good idea of what the smartphones will look like. However, our best look yet might be courtesy of new leaked renders that show the alleged iPhone 11 Max.
  • It is often recommended that one of the best ways to avoid malware on mobile devices is to stick with established, reputable app stores. The two big ones are Google's Play Store and Apple's App Store, for Android and iOS, respectively. But is this a foolproof way to avoid malware? The answer is no, according to a two-year study. The study was conducted by researchers from the University of Sydney and Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization's Data61. It focused solely on Android apps in the Play Store. The researchers found that counterfeit apps impersonating popular legitimate apps have become so sneaky that even a tech-savvy user might struggle to detect that something is awry."We were able to find 2,040 potential counterfeits that contain malware in a set of 49,608 apps that showed high similarity to one of the top-10,000 popular apps in Google Play Store," the study states. "We also [found] 1,565 potential counterfeits asking for at least five additional dangerous permissions than the original app and 1,407 potential counterfeits having at least five extra third-party advertisement libraries."