I assumed that if there's no iPhone, there's no iPod touch either.No, you'd have an iPod touch and a Go-Phone.
I agree, it was nice to see a device emerge and stand out among the melting pot of junk.I have no idea. If the iPhone had not been there for others to poorly rip off, we would still be stuck in the dark ages. The iPhone was a breath of fresh air into a stagnant market.
But if you only had a land-line then what would you do in an emergency? Wouldnt you still want a go-phone in case of car accidents, etc?I assumed that if there's no iPhone, there's no iPod touch either.
I despise cell phones. The only reason why I had a go-phone before the iPhone was for emergencies.
The iPhone totally changed the way I look at phones now. I never used to be a text'r until the iPhone and I've never even considered a smart-phone until the iPhone. I was happy with my 5th gen iPod for the car and a Mac happily waiting for me at home. Now, I have a little computer with me everywhere I go... and it's pretty cool.
Same around here. It seems like just about everybody now has an iPhone. It is getting to where I rarely see anything BUT an iPhone anymore.I actually DONT have an iPhone because in the UK, EVERYONE has them. and tbh ive followed them from the beginning and am actually quite bored of them seen as though i know everything about them .
Im getting a HTC Hero this christmas. White . Gorgeous
Absolutely. My mum has one. and I was extremely jealous at first. But now I honestly dont care. almost 30% of my year at school have them which i think is disgusting tbh.Same around here. It seems like just about everybody now has an iPhone. It is getting to where I rarely see anything BUT an iPhone anymore.
Land lines can call 911 too, you know.But if you only had a land-line then what would you do in an emergency? Wouldnt you still want a go-phone in case of car accidents, etc?