In today’s society cellular devices are not only popular in the United States, but in many other countries worldwide. Not only do cell phones contribute to one’s personal life, but business use as well. Most people have hectic lives, and using a device to help schedule appointments, send out mass text messages, or even remind you to call back your boss, is unimaginably convenient. Cell phones within the past five years have reached mile stones compared to the phones used back when cell phones were first invented. Even though there is still a diverse range for cell phones on the market, the two most popular brands seem to create an argument on choosing the right phone, Apple and Android. Each with impressively fast processors, and new and innovative technology, there brings up a valid question, which brand is right for you?
The first generation of the Apple iPhone was released in 2007. Ever since 2007, there have been five generations of the iPhone, with the newest being released in October of 2012. With being an Apple fan as well as an owner to an iPhone, I personally encourage people to join the iPhone fan club. With an iPhone everything is touch screen, meaning that with the taps of your fingers, the person will be able to access something that is so much more to them than just their phone. Apple iPhones have the capabilities to do many different tasks. For example, instead of having a “menu” screen, like many cell phones, as well as some Android phones, there are many applications, referred to as ‘apps’, that one can find only in the Apple iStore. With apps, they are squares that are on the main screen of one’s phone and according to what type of person or what one is using their phone for, determines what type of applications should go on the mobile device. The possibilities are endless when having an iPhone, the apps range in affordable prices, and also feature the Top 100 Free Apps, which is also extremely convenient. With the iPhone,...
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