Today I unlocked my second iPhone, this time for Liv Marie who was behaving like a little kid open her Christmas presents when she got it. Interesting. One of her friends thought it was so likely that she would ever get an iPhone that he had promised her he would come to the university wearing shorts if it eventually happened.
Right now it’s 3 degrees Celsius outside, so that’ll probably be an interesting experience.
On Wednesday I updated my own iPhone to version 1.1.1. Not because there are a lot of new features I needed in that version, but because I’m a sucker for a technical challenge. To call it a “technical challenge” might be wrong because I followed a step-by-step guide, but it turned out to be a total nightmare nevertheless and I was pretty sure I bricked it at one point.
But it’s all good now.
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