iPhones, Sidekicks and Blackberries. What do all three technologies have in common? They have too much junk on them - the Internet, full-length songs, solitaire, daily love advice, you name it.
The Internet is one of the most useful things ever invented. It allows one to keep in contact with people, check the weather, your favorite sports teams or even that funny video on YouTube. It was made for the computer, not a phone.
Essentially, having the Internet on a phone is not going to replace it on the computer.
What’s the point? Is it going to hurt to wait ten minutes while you drive home to check out who won the game?
Not only is the Internet on a phone a waste of byte space, it’s a potential driving hazard.
Say during the ten minutes you’re driving home, you check your e-mail.
Oops, you just ran into a fire hydrant and now there’s a big chunk of your car missing, all because you couldn’t wait.
iPods are another great invention: handheld music players that don’t come with a monthly bill. Now, full-length songs on a phone come with a price.
Easyedge or any program to download songs increases cell bills. Pay the two hundred dollars and get the iPod. It will save you money in the long run.
The only reason to have an expensive phone, like an iPhone, is if you’re a businessperson who’s always on the go and doesn’t have time to spare at a computer.
College students don’t need to waste money on those expensive phones. College students have enough to pay for as as it is.
Talking on the phone, texting and using free ringtones is all I need as a college student. What could you possibly be doing with an iPhone at 20 years old, checking your stocks?