Mobile phones since 2000

In the spirit of God for a decade, for a moment, cell phones have formed into creatures that were justly imagined just a decade ago. With all the improvements, one thing is true: They still break and independent repairs are necessary than ever before.

Again in 2000, when your thirteen year old was just sweet, there was a great uprising about Samsung Uproar. The first MP3 phone; that was a rage. Its storage capacity was 64 MB, you could talk for more than two hours (battery life allowed 130 minutes talk time), although it did not have a camera or WiFi or GPS and you had to call your voice commands, if no apps were stored or available and cost $ 399, do not care. You wanted one, because in 2000, 1 in 10 people in the world, including some of whom you knew and envy, had one.

Fast forward to 2009, why not? Your 13 year old is now 12, as he was last year. You just bought Apple iPhone 3GS for Nimrod, greedy, not so small. Nimrod toy has a storage capacity of 16 GB, which is much more than 64 MB. In the battery on iPhone, Nimrod lets talk to his friend for 5 hours straight, privilege that the 12 year old is more than capable, primarily due to his lung function, which is appropriate because your son does not smoke, like and you used. His phone has a 3.0 megapixel camera, with full recording and recording capabilities, it does WiFi, it has turned the turn of GPS and digital compass; Nimrod can make voice commands with full voice control, yes he can talk to Obama, and he easily approaches the iTunes store and can easily get 100,000+ programs, yes he can. You bought this device last year for only $ 199.00. Last year, when you bought it, it worked, Nimrod managed to break it: Dad, I need to have iPhone back, 6 out of 10 people in the world have one, please dad, pretty please with peanut butter on top?

Thank God for knowing an independent repair shop on the street where expert service staff are behind the table ready to serve you … and especially young Nimrod. Time does not wait for anyone; He is a teenager now, no longer tweener.

Source by Jeff G.

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