Apple unveiled two new iPhones, the 5S and the 5C, on Tuesday afternoon, in addition updates to iTunes and its mobile operating system, iOS. Here's what's new (updated with pictures from the presentation below):
I'll never forget the day I walked into an AT&T store in Tyler and purchased the first-ever iPhone, almost exactly six years ago. Not quite 21 years old, I pulled more than $500 out of my pocket to make one of the biggest purchases of my life to that point to buy one of the biggest technological wonders in recent memory.
My teenage daughter came home from school earlier this week distraught. Why? Because someone stole her cell phone. You would have thought someone had died. So she's looking at me like, "when do I get a new one?"
Chances are that no matter how charming of a ringtone you heard coming from a toilet seat, you wouldn’t stick your face against it to find out who was calling. The reason? It’s not supernatural – toilets are disgusting.
When you're out to dinner with friends, how many times do you check your mobile phone? As a whole, there's no doubt we're doing it much more than even just a few years ago. No scientific study needed here to know our lives have begun revolving more and more around our smart phones. Welp, not anymore at least not at Eva Restaurant in Los Angeles. The restaurant is offering patrons a five percent discount if they give up their mobile phones to the staff when they are seated.
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