How do you use your iPhone in daily life? How is it integrated in your life?

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  1. applefanboy4 macrumors regular

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    Beyond the obvious of calling and texting, in what ways do you use your iPhone in your life? How and in what ways is it integrated into your life?
     
  2. tubeexperience macrumors 68040

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    Text mom

    Text boyfriend

    Text roommate (she always forget her keys)

    Text professor
     
  3. eyoungren macrumors Core

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    Calling and texting.

    Some light email and web browsing when I am away from a computer. Apple Pay once in a while, bank apps to check a balance.

    Pretty much it for me.

    I have computers that do everything else and at least three of them are laptops.
     
  4. fartnugget213 macrumors member

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    Refresh instagram 1000 times a day, refresh twitter 1000 times a day, check my e-mail, listen to music at the gym, watch youtube before bed.

    Pretty much that is how my phone is used. It's more to fill in the gaps of when I don't have anything to do.
     
  5. artfossil macrumors 65816

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    1. As the mother ship that services my Apple Watch
    2. Listening to Audible books in bed to fall asleep
    3. As my main alarm clock
    4. Taking photos.
    5. Notifications for my courses (Canvas LMS)
    6. Watching videos or baseball. Especially sitting on the front porch. There are times I just prefer the small screen.
     
  6. TwitchyPuppy macrumors member

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    Emails, audio consumption, grocery/shopping list, shopping, photos, Apple Pay and social media.
     
  7. Rhonindk, Sep 19, 2017
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    Rhonindk macrumors 68040

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    Calendar for appts - mostly work stuff
    Email - several accounts - primarily preview
    iMessage - work and personal
    Small games for time wasters
    Kindle for reading
    Document review - work
    Report review - work
    Basic finance checking - portfolio
    Calls - personal and conference

    Gets a workout ;)
    It’s my first pass work filter...
     
  8. Retops, Sep 19, 2017
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    Retops macrumors regular

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    Daily:
    Manage finances, stock/bank accounts, credit cards
    Read newspapers
    Read books on kindle/nook apps
    Respond to emails
    Calendars for work and home
    Background documents for work and for meetings
    Listen to music
    Take notes
    Telephone calls
    Exercise tracking
    Often:
    Take a photo
    Scan documents
    Play solitaire
    Manage boarding passes, hotel reservations
    Text messages
    Surf the net
    Use as hotspot
    Carry manuals for radio equipment
    Watch video, movies

    In sum, it is my daily computer
     
  9. Blueline29 macrumors 68020

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    It's my alarm clock every morning. Beyond that, I use it for just about everything else that I used to use a laptop for. I really only use my laptop for editing photos these days.
     
  10. KGB7 Suspended

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    I’m big on using calendar, I add almost everything in to my calendar; except for pooping, eating, etc. Calendar keeps my life organized, I don’t have to remember anything for most part and there are no overlapping in my schedule.
    I can access my calendar from any pc that has internet connection.


    4 email accounts, one of them I use on daily basis.
    Two of them belong to my mother, even though she passed away 6 month ago, I clear spam out of her email accounts twice a week.... I’m having hard time letting go..:(
     
  11. Starfyre macrumors 68030

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    Anything you
    Anything you can think of that daily use typically covers? (Browsing Net, Phone Stuff, Games, Apps)
     
  12. JPIndustrie macrumors 6502a

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    I’m a performance driving enthusiast and iPhone replaces a very expensive and very complicated to setup telemetry system that captures my track and autocross adventures.

    Before iPhone and the app Harry’s Lap Timer, enthusiasts had to spend big big $$$ on dedicated telemetry devices And special in car mounted cameras in order to capture their driving and racing line for review later. This is valuable for professional racing and it is what drives current F1/IMSA/etc professional racing. Thanks to iPhone and the app + accessory market it created, I have a full GPS enabled, OBDII reading for throttle/braking, go pro and built in 4K video capturing intelligent telemetry tool in my pocket. And it brings all that data together intelligently to allow me to produce videos that I can review later to help improve my driving for the next session. Its of course, magical.

    Eg:





    These were all videos created on iPhone, no computer or fancy extra software required.
     
  13. dwfaust macrumors 601

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    Calls, texts, sports scores, emails, Tapatalk (checking multiple forums), Tweetbot, Deliveries, weather, genealogy (Ancestry.com), instagram, keeping tabs on bills, banking app.
     
  14. Relentless Power macrumors Penryn

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    My phone is definitely integrated into my life. It helps me to connect via work and my personal life. It's the one technology device I can say I actually need on a daily basis.
     

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