Monthly Archives: June 2010
“Someday the iPhone will be seen for what it is and is not. It is not a phone. It is a Swiss Army Knife of ultra portable computing. Sure the phone on the iPhone doesn’t work, but who uses the … Continue reading
Emailing, Facebooking, checking traffic on Google Maps: 4.5mb
Email and facebook: 2.1mb
Where old iPhones go to die? “IPhones hold their trade-in value better than most aging electronics. NextWorth pays an average of $200 for a 16 GB iPhone 3GS in good condition.” “‘Broken iPhones are one of the few products that … Continue reading
A whopping 8.0 megabytes was used today: facebooking, email (no attachments), Twitter, and Google Maps.