Back to 2010. No, not really but I did switch back to an iPhone 4 from a 6 Plus. Why? My wife got a new job (better pay, less hours, etc.) which meant she had to give up her company provided cell phone. I decided because I wanted the 7 (the #^$*% thing better be waterproof as rumored) we'd give her my 6 plus and I'd move back to one of my old iPhones until September 16th. I'd given my Dad my 5 S and the only phone I could find that still held a charge was my old 32 gb 4 (not even a 4 S). Some random thoughts about the move - I couldn't restore from backup because the phone's firmware was too old. This is completely understandable but disappointing. Transitioning back to a tiny screen is difficult. Everything from reading to typing is harder. I'd forgotten how heavy the glass sandwich was. It does fit in my pants pockets much better than my 6 plus. Biggest surprise - the number of apps that accommodate a move to an older iPhone. While a lot of apps just give you a blanket "App requires iOS 9.0 or higher to work", almost as many give a "Download the last version that works with iOS 7.1.2" message. The 4 still works....kind of. Most stuff still works but it's slow as molasses. So before you complain about lack of innovation from Apple try using a 4......you'll be instantly reminded just how much their phones have progressed.