When Steve was up on stage in 2007 announcing the iPhone he said there were "three revolutionary products" being introduced. These were (with audience reactions): Widescreen iPod with touch controls (cheering, clapping) Revolutionary mobile phone (audience goes wild) Breakthrough internet communicator (mediocre reaction compared to the other two) Though I was thinking out of the three, I think the last one has what really changed what I do on my iPhone. With apps like Viber and WhatsApp, I don't really need to use the "Phone" part as much. I use my iPhone on the go to browse in Safari, share my life through Facebook and Instragram it seems as though the 'phone' isn't really part of my life as it was before. I think the phone will never go away but I see it being used less and less. Maybe one day We'll just have data and no phone, just VoIP. Is anyone else using their iPhone more as an "internet communicator" and less of a phone?