Saturday, 18 November 2017

NEW TO ME

I may very well be a bit quiet for a while for I have just bought myself my first iPhone and I shall need time to get used to it. So am a bit like a rabbit in the headlights at the moment !

Not the first smart phone I have ever had there was a samsung that drove me crazily over the hill and is now lying asleep somewhere in middle England as I gave it to my daughter for her too do whatever
herself wanted to do. 

This time I know in my heart that I shall be safe with an Apple product as am quite able with my iMac and even when occasionally I muck up there is an expert to talk me through a self made mire.

I will catch up with you all before too long!



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    1. I shall have eventually for it is a similar screen only much smaller as the iMac John and thank you for your good wishes.

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    1. Oh I do know Pat... am often doing that :-) however, am determined to keep the grey matter working for as long as possible !

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  3. You won't regret it! I just got my first smart phone (an iPhone) last month and love it. Using it mostly as a camera and take it on my morning walks with me. Joined Instagram too! If you really love photography, it's a great place to be. All the best as you acclimate to the new phone.

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    1. Thanks for your comment Sara, actually I prefer to keep my photos on the iMac at home or on one of my
      many usb sticks.

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    2. I keep mine on my iMac also, but it is fun to share them on Instagram; kind of like instant mini-blogging, if one is so inclined.

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    3. Just a matter of personal choice !

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    1. I had an android but it didn't connect to mac, so that was my biggest gripe Simon.
      Thanks for commenting.

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  5. I had an iPhone about the first few years they existed. Haven't had one since moving to Spain (because I was trying to be frugal). I STILL miss my iPhone and am just about to throw frugal (my current Smart phone) out the window! We can share new iPhone stories.

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    1. Frugal is not always the answer is it :-)

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  6. I'm a Mac girl, but my iPhone mainly lives in the bottom of my purse, turned off, only used when we travel. I'm not a fan of phones period.

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  7. Am sick and tired of peeps staring in their phones all day and all night instead of looking in real peeps's eyes and carrying on a real conversation with real peeps, friend H ... me will not play dat game ever ... Happy Winter ... Love, cat.

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    1. Your comment Cat, is all about folk who have no personal discipline. I appreciate the technology but am not gone on constant communication.

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  8. You brave soul, Mel. I am a Mac person too, but haven't quite got the courage to go iPhone yet. I'll be curious to know how you get on with it!

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    1. Hello Val !
      I can appreciate your anxiety however, there is no need to be concerned for the iPhone is an absolutely wonderful piece of equipment and so very easy to use.

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