I forgot to mention I "bought" an iPhone last Thursday. By that I mean I paid nothing for it, and only pay $60.00 or so a month for if on a two year contract.
And before I get into it, I'm award the iPhone 5 is due out sometime this year, but the phone I had needed to be destroyed, it did. There's no other way to put it, it had lived a life it never should have.
So first off, it has one major design problem that I've found, the headphone jack is on the top. Opposite to the iTouch, and as far away from the menu button as humanly possible. It makes pulling out the phone to check the time just that little bit more cumbersome. and let's face it, the soul purpose of a smart phone is too let us all be that little bit more lazy.
So not so much a major design flaw but rather me being picky... Oh well, I'm sure I'll get over it.
The main thing I've grown to love is the freedom of having the Internet in my pocket. Which was the only thing the iTouch lacked. Being able to order a pizza at work and have it at your doorstep seconds after you arrive home is the best feeling imaginable. Or at the very least, it's right up there.
I'm not very clued up on the details of my plan however. All I knew was, I wanted a new phone and I wanted off that prepaid crap. I'm keeping tabs on my data usage, but I'm fairly sure I'll be hard pressed to use two GB in a month on a phone. Especially since I don't get email on it, and very rarely will I catch myself on YouTube.
The only thing I found miserable was the fact you pay for custom ringtones. But a quick google search found me a way to make my favorite songs a ringtone. It's slightly more off the beaten track to make them work, but I suppose not paying for them is better. Though definitely a scummy move by Apple if you ask me.
That about sums this post up. I can only tolerate using this onscreen keyboard for so long.