I am now 66 days into this experiment and still going strong. My old Nokia is working well i’m getting very few complaints about people not being able to hear me. And guess what, it doesn’t randomly reset itself, run out of battery or burn my ear like the iPhone did.
I have used the iPhone a few times, but only as a speed camera detector as I have done so many miles over the last few weeks/months.
I did think I would have gone back to it by now, but even though I am getting loads of pressure to hand over the phone to the kids for their own personal use, i’m still carrying the iPhone just in case.
Any new lessons?
1. It’s actually quite liberating driving around listening to the radio.
2. I haven’t had any crashes or hit any wildlife because i’ve been checking my emails.
3. Apple are advertising quite hard again, which means they must be reaching a plateau in sales. Many people seem to be buying things a bit like an iPhone, like an HTC or other Android Phone.
4. Others have tried it too. But I can’t find many who have stuck to it.
Maybe I am odd after all?