Not at all. I have an iphone 4. I hardly use any features. I am not into playing games on phone. All I eventually use it for is calls and texts. Really don't see the need to upgrade it. Sometimes I feel , internet on the phone is pain in the ass ! Gone are those days when people could eat food and walk on the road without looking at their phone..LOL
I will never understand people standing in lines overnight just to get a new upgraded phone.
No, not at all! I have an ancient mobile phone, it's at least 10 years old, it makes calls and just about sends texts and that's it. But it's all I need.... I have no desire for a fancy phone with a gazillion functions I would never use.
Not at all. I really don't like the idea of having to scan my thumbprint to unlock my phone. I have little kids that I let use the apps from time to time. How annoying it would be to scan my thumbprint every time they accidentally locked it!
They look nice ..especially in the gold ..!!! But I have a samsung note ..which I love ..and it does much more than I need ..so what's the point ...other things to spend money on .....like my home .....
No I find my Telstra phone card is more than adequate and there are still heaps of phone booths around for me to use.I really see no benefit or use as a portable camera which is part of the deal from Apple.
NO certainly not. Iíd rather spend my money on Swatch watches! I have a little old phone, my husband bought on line, about 5 years ago. I donít even know the name of it. I have a very old, ĎNo plans Dealí from Vodaphone. Sometimes my monthly bill is $1.68, or $2.11 or something, & I donít have to pay it until it reaches $5.00! A daughter gave me her old Apple phone. Iíd only had it 5 days, had just learnt how to text on it, when someone stole it on a bus in Sydney. My husbandís just bought himself an older model Apple 1 on line, & our daughter has been showing him how to use it, when we visit Melbourne, (where she lives!)!