I love my iPhone. I've never enjoyed using a phone more in my whole life. I had Android phones before I had this one. I tried being a loyal Nexus user, but I kept feeling the pressure of getting an iPhone. All the famous people had them, my family and friends had them. I tried being different, but deep down I knew I wanted one.
My first iPhone was given to me by my girlfriend's PawPaw. It was an iPhone 5. My Google Nexus 5's motherboard had just breathed its last breath. I needed a phone, and he was kind enough to let me have it.
I was so excited about this phone. I wanted to set it up and download all the apps I had on my previous phones. I knew some of the apps in the Google Play Store weren't in the App Store, but I found their equivalents. The App Store came first in history, so I knew I wouldn't have difficulty finding those replacement apps.
Eventually I got my phone all set up. It was my iPhone now. I liked using that phone. It was a nice introduction into iOS. I was considering getting either the iPhone 6S Plus or the Google Nexus 6P when I could afford it. However, using this phone solidified my decision to purchase the best iPhone yet. I'm so glad I did. I've never used a phone this much.
I've never felt like a phone could be as immersive as this one is. I do more with my iPhone now than I ever have with any other phone. It helps me stay more organized. It helps me stay more connected. I love picking up this phone and using it. It doesn't just feel like a phone. It feels like a necessary tool for my everyday life. I have all my reminders on it. I have ideas on it. I have my life on it. It kind of isn't good how much we depend on something. However, the other side of that is that this device can do so much for you. I'm trying to use it to its full potential. I'm glad this is the approach I'm taking. I believe I'm getting my money's worth.