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Apple iPhone saved my bank account and sanity!!


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Jun 29, 2011
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Ok, so I am one of "those people" that always has to have the latest and greatest mobile device. Needless to say this can pretty much bankrupt you if you honestly try to constantly keep up with the newest and best device.........on Android.

So lets go back to 2010.....

It all started with my Droid. I fell in love with it after coming over from a BB (Curve and the Storm 2).

Well after the Droid I got hooked......always looking for the next best thing and the latest device.

After my Droid I went to the HTC Incredible, Droid 2, Droid X, HTC Thunderbolt, Droid X2, another Thunderbolt, another Droid X2, Droid Bionic, Samsung Nexus, Droid Razr, Samsung Nexus and then my LAST stop.......iPhone 4s. Now I did but a Razr Maxx but never used it and re-sold it on Swappa the same day I received it in the mail. It has now going on 9 months and I still have my iPhone 4S.... I have NEVER EVER kept a phone for this long!

Switching to an iPhone was the best decision I ever made. It literally "cured" me from the obesssion of buy, sell, buy, sell, buy, sell phones. It really helps my mind set to know that I have the "latest and greatest" iPhone and that it will stay that way for 1 year at a time. I can buy the new iPhone this month and know that I will not see a better version until roughly 12 months from date of purchase. That seriously puts my OCD/obsession at ease...... call me crazy but it works!! When I didnt have my iPhone I was literally getting a phone, using it for maybe a couple weeks, then sell it and buy the newest Android handset. As you all know almost monthly HTC, Samsung, LG or Moto is releasing another Android device to the lineup and that was seriously having an effect on me!!

Sorry for the long winded post.

Enjoy your day!!!

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