the best current iPhone for donating blood is the iPhone SE

SarahKirschbaum

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I have become a regular donor at my local Red Cross. At first, it was just something to do to support my local Red Cross. However, it has become a regular thing to do because I enjoying drinking blood.(just kidding, my ancestors were not from Romania)

Anyway.... I discovered that the best current iPhone for donating blood is the iPhone SE that I bought for free from Verizon Wireless late last year.

All of my other phones are 5.5-inch or bigger iPhones and Andoid phones. While donating blood, it's not possible to use my left arm because the big needle is in my arm and I can't move it. With the iPhone SE, I can do everything with just my right hand only.

if only Apple releases a new iPhone SE in red. :)
 
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I have become a regular donor at my local Red Cross. At first, it was just something to do to support my local Red Cross. However, it has become a regular thing to do because I enjoying drinking blood.(just kidding, my ancestors were not from Romania)

Anyway.... I discovered that the best current iPhone for donating blood is the iPhone SE that I bought for free from Verizon Wireless late last year.

All of my other phones are 5.5-inch or bigger iPhones and Andoid phones. While donating blood, it's not possible to use my left arm because the big needle is in my arm and I can't move it. With the iPhone SE, I can do everything with just my right hand only.

if only Apple releases a new iPhone SE in red. :)
Wow amazing. It's also the best phone for texting or using Facebook while you drive for the same reason.
 

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Anyway.... I discovered that the best current iPhone for donating blood is the iPhone SE that I bought for free from Verizon Wireless late last year.

All of my other phones are 5.5-inch or bigger iPhones and Andoid phones. While donating blood, it's not possible to use my left arm because the big needle is in my arm and I can't move it. With the iPhone SE, I can do everything with just my right hand only.

if only Apple releases a new iPhone SE in red. :)
I don't donate blood (they'd reject me) but when I was in the hospital on NPO with IVs on both arms, my old iPhone 5s was my go-to device. So much lighter and easier to use. :)
 
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scrumpyjack

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And the award for strangest thread title ever goes to...

I have a 6S Plus and have no problem using it in one hand. Maybe you just have tiny hands :D
 
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myrtlebee

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Thanks for giving blood, but not sure I understand the point of this post lol. Why should anyone make a purchasing decision on an activity that takes 8-10 minutes every so often? What about all of the other countless activities people do day-to-day? Should we make a thread for the best current iPhone for taking a dump?
 
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