I finally did it, guys.
I finally got a new phone.
I struggle with getting over the fact that I've retired my previous phone. It was my very first smartphone, and I got it shortly before my 21st birthday. It was a big deal.
Because after that, WhatsApp and FaceTime and Instagram appeared. And I'd bet many people today can't remember how rudimentary communication was before.
What, picking up the phone to dial the numbers to call somebody? Are you crazy? How could you disturb someone like that? I'd write them a message to ensure they're okay with me calling and are perfectly aware that they have to get into a verbal communication with me, then call them. Because no one has the right to miss calls anymore.
Instant communication, people!
So after 7 years of using my first smartphone (yes, seven), I looked for a new phone.
I struggled a little, grasping the fact that I had to retire my 7-year-old phone. I don't believe it has maximized its potential.
But the iOS wouldn't update anymore, new apps couldn't be downloaded. Scrolling and clicking takes a long time.
I hadn't realized how slow it was till I got my new phone. I even got inspired to write a blog post on my phone about my phone. Well done, me.
So there we have it. I'm connected again!