Look, we've all thoughtlessly put our iPhones into dangerous situations — on the edge of a sink, right next to a kleptomaniac monkey, on the roof of a moving car, and so on — and had the little gadgets live to tell their tales. But these strokes of luck are no reason to suddenly start using a freakin' soup bowl as an iPhone stand.
smart phones are somewhat responsible for society's increasing antisocial behavior, but I'm pretty sure the right apps will also be responsible for increasingly social behavior in the next few years. (At least that's my goal).
Put an Apple logo on it and it people will wait outside in the cold for it. Then wait a month and come out with a slightly better version. Lather, rinse & repeat until anxious crowd outside of stores becomes murderous horde. Then come out with the first version again but this time in a better color at a reduced price. Accessories are sold separately.
Way to go Rose! Not to mention having them fall into a Taco Bell sack and accidentally throwing them in the trash and having to get a new mobile device due to stupidity, and everyone has been "stupid" at one time or another with something of this nature haven't they?
Always jackasses commenting on why they think they're phone is better they're just fn phones get over yourselves already anytime I come to almost any post some jackass is goin android sucks or iPhones suck maybe you suck you ever think of that fn jackasses
I love how people comment 'get a life, go outside, talk to people, what is society coming to' ect... I'm sure most of us use our phones more than we think we do; How is this any different than, say, watching TV while you eat?
There is a time to talk & a time to eat, my opinion you never have to do both at the same time, when ae they going to get off this oh this is neat shit & start doing something that is what I call really useful with this technology , All I can say is I hope it falls into the soup & get ruined
Eating with my friends, one of them proposed to put all mobile phones on the table, facing down. The first to pick up his phone had to pay the meal bill. That's a sacred idea. We spent a very nice season communicating nice feelings and good ideas, just among us!...
I could not help but think of my adult son, so in love with his iPhone 5. Went kayak fishing, put the phone in his life jacket pocket, got pulled out of his kayak by a 36" redfish when he tried to land it. He was NOT happy. ;o) I don't own one, but I am fine with my dinosaur flip phone. But, that is just me. They are pretty cool phones, though. ;o)
+Rob Anthony I would have to second that thought. It's a great idea but at this point in my life as I've become aware of how far detached the human mind body and soul has become. I'm all for technologies that help ADVANCE human-kind but truth be told we live in a world (more-so a nation) that as time goes on we become more desensitized to what being human and being spiritual is....what have we come to? a majority who has been groomed to worship more material than nurturing their spiritual...but good thought.