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An iPhone Changed My Life (Briefly)
pwalmsley | July 5, 2007 at 10:35 amby
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Was it too much to hope an iPhone could improve my life? After all, a nation of early adopters already had said this slim $599 lozenge with a pretty touch screen was indispensable; maybe I would, too. I imagined organizing my car pool schedule with a touch of the iPhone’s calendar button. Then I pictured myself effortlessly e-mailing my husband from the lacrosse field, to remind him to buy beer. And I imagined him texting back as he eyed the refrigerator case: “Corona or Pacifico?” How happy we might be.
And why not? Although I had yet to actually activate the thing, it already had granted me new powers over my children.