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I've set up my current credit card to accept all my recurring monthly payments as well as the items I get via Amazon, as well as instacart groceries, and other on line purveyors. Then, my credit card balance automatically goes, every month, to my…
Maybe I should call my little one-hand iPhone "SE Pro"
I'm old enough to remember what happened when the US Government broke up "Ma Bell." (Bell Telephone) We ended up with several independent telephone companies - - some good, some not so good. Over the years, these companies have morphed into differ…
I have eero at present. I'll never update its software, and I'm seriously debating with myself whether to pull it or just leave it in its present configuration. This smells of Bezos grabbing for more power.
I'm a Senior Citizen with two SEs. I'll keep both until Apple does something to make them unusable. One is my home/house phone. The other one is used for fund-raising for our hospital and church. (and, it's the one that gets all the robocalls) …
I'm keeping my two SEs until the batteries finally fail. Then, I might get an 8 - - if they're still around. Apple has forgotten the primary utility of an iPhone is the PHONE, and not the camera.
Maestro64 wrote: "...The third group just buys and hold for as long as they can and then start a new sometime in the future." I'm in that third group. I have two SEs (64 and 128) And I intend to keep them until either they disintegrate or I can't g…
For me, there are two reasons for a small iPhone with the SE form factor: (1) It's easy to grasp and to hold with arthritic hands, can fit in the pocket, and can be taken out with hands and fingers that aren't the strongest. (2) It is my primary …