So, yesterday evening, after receiving a prompt from my brother, I updated my iPhone 4 with Apple’s new upgrade, the iOS 5. I was promised the very best in 3G widgets and iCloud storage (whatever the hell that is). Great, I thought. Let’s do this.
I followed all the stages, which didn’t take as long as I thought it would, then voila, I had an upgraded phone – minus all the music and apps I had downloaded. Nothing. Gone. Empty.
I cried. At two in the morning I was a broken man, my phone a shadow of its former self. To be continued…
Posted in 100 Days, 100 Words, Music, Technology
Tagged Apple, Handhelds, iCloud, ios, IPhone, IPhone 4, iTunes, Smartphones
I love my iPhone4, I love the feel of it. What did I do before I got a hold of it? My life was pretty dull until I saw its face, but now I’m running ’round, shouting all o’er the place.
Oh how my life has changed, my world has rearranged. My old phones now, they all seem so strange. I turn my Facebook on, and I play Angry Birds. I’m peaceful in my heart.
Now I got Google+, with very little fuss, and I got iTunes stored and now I’m never bored.
But every iPhone has an app that fails.
(With apologies to Chris Martin and the boys from Coldplay.)
Posted in 100 Days, 100 Words, Music, writing
Tagged Apple, AT&T, Coldplay, Facebook, FaceTime, Handhelds, IPhone, IPhone 4, Smartphone