Now that it is 2012, and we have access to most of the data we can get to at all times, the internet wherever we want, etc, what would you consider to be your "primary" computing device? What would you reach for/go to when you want to look something up? For me, it would be my iPhone, and my secondary being my iPad. My iPhone is with me at all times, I use it mainly for emails, work, and personal, Facebook updates, and when I need to look something up, or get a random thirst for knowledge on a certain subject, the iPhone is what I run to. I usually respond to emails fast, simply because I just respond using my iPhone. It manages my finances using Mint.com, check my balances using banking apps, Controls my house (home automation apps), houses my music (iPod built in), tracks calorie count, and as I purchase more devices that allow my iOS devices to interface with it, it'll be used for more and more, and always in my pocket...oh, and it is also an excellent phone. My iPhone makes me really feel like i am living in the future, thanks to all it does. I have always dreamt of doing all the cool things I saw in the show Futurama, when I was younger, and the iPhone is a step towards that. Still haven't gotten my hover car yet, but hopefully soon. And the fact that now over 70% of the US owns a smartphone, it allows me to "live in my fantasy world" more, because it does make me feel like "the future is now" The iPad is used when I need a larger screen to do the same tasks as above. My Mac is used for content creation, running "desktop class apps", Photoshop, Illustrator, writing, and when I feel I need an even larger screen than my iPad. It is also better for typing long posts like this one, thanks to a real keyboard. But as for primary computing device, iPhone hands down.