IPhone 7 Plus Review – That Precious Gift
It’s hard to believe something so tiny could take such a big part of your heart. The joy you feel the first day you bring her home, showing her off to family and friends. A tiny miracle, you had nearly lost hope in ever getting to have. But, as most special moments do, it comes at the moment you least expect it. You find yourself, almost in shock, with tears of joy flowing freely. It truly is the most precious gift. You hold the tiny miracle with the utmost care, careful to keep it safe because, after all, its your newest love.
That’s exactly how I felt when I received my IPhone 7 plus. It is the center of my universe. I would protect it with my life. It holds all my information close, helps with my homework, and organizing my plans. It keeps me up to date on news and also in touch with friends. It makes my life easier and better than I could ever have alone. It is a necessity when I need to prepare for a pageant, it keeps my inventory stocked, I am not sure I would eat a meal with out my cellphone’s help. And if I am being completely honest here, if you could see my sense of direction you’d wonder how I’ve lived. I have to thank an app for that, or Id be lost somewhere again.
Inside it’s little body, lies the essence of who I am, every little detail locked up tight until I need it again. My date of birth, my name, my number, even my height and weight are there in case of an emergency, like if I would forget who I am. It holds my backup copies of ID cards, birth certificate, even my bank information too. When I lose my debit card deep inside my purse, my phone remembers that one too, so I am still okay.
I’d be lost with the homework help I get from Word and Docs. The Mathway App has saved my life more times than I can count. Easybib makes research papers and reference pages a snap. These little icons floating on the screen, allow me the chance to be the best student I can be. There is one app, though, that can’t be beat, it has become a household staple that it would be hard to live without. We all use it, probably everyday, Chrome is the app that really gave us an edge.
Organization is not something I cam really call a strength. If not for my phone, I’d be completely lost, heck I’d probably lose myself. The Calendar App keeps dates for me, the ones that I’d forget. Anniversaries and birthdays and appointments that I’ve made, all would be forgotten without the sound of that sweet reminder, chiming, interrupting my other thoughts. If not for the alarm clock, I guarantee I’d never make school. The Super Loud Ringtone App work with my alarm, so its impossible to ignore.
Fox2Now keeps me informed of any breaking news. I quickly know when school’s been called off because of ice or snow. It also let’s me dress appropriately when a cold front is coming in. For more local news, tailored just to me, I keep installed the Local App and it never misses a thing. These keep me knowledgeable and give me the info that I need.
As a teenager living in the world today, communication with my friends is as crucial as anything. Messages sends my texts and brings me the new gossip. But Messenger I use for those people I hardly know or the ones I’m not sure about yet. Snapchat is for fun and laughs, it keeps our cliques complete. Instagram is all the rage so obviously, I have it!
When the time rolls around, getting ready to compete in pageants with so much to do and get. I couldn’t live with out The Fit For Pageants Prep App. It keeps me in my budget when choosing what to wear, and reminds
me where to be and also with who and when. I can track my sponsors so no one is left out and even send myself a note to write their thank you cards out. I also have my Camera App always ready to go. Snapping photos with all the girls makes the pageant never end.
When I need to restock my inventory for the project I have started, that makes the bags to hand out to people who may need it, I am thankful for my app Inventory Management. It sends a notice when we are low on water bottles, blankets or food. Toothbrushes and soap, shampoos and deodorant, all have to counted to keep up enough to ensure we wont run out. People count on the bags we give and this app makes sure we stay on top of the ever rising need.
When it comes time to eat, I have another something to share. I cannot cook. No, not a bit, that’s no joke, I really am that bad. I caught some noodles on fire once, leaving them cooking so long the water boiled all out, then the noodles got too dry and hot. Then, POOF, I had a pan of flames. So I don’t exaggerate when I say this is so crucial. If it wasn’t for Pizza Hut, Uber Eats, and even Grub Hub, I would probably starve myself to death or burn the whole place down.
The last, but maybe most important yet, has really been a savior. My sense of direction is even worse than my skills in the kitchen, although I’m sure that’s hard to believe. But to me it doesn’t matter where I’m at, or which way I must go. North is always in front of me, so its hard to find my way. When I turn left north turns too, leaving me confused. But thankfully, there is an app, that fixes that too. The Maps App gives me directions, turn by turn, it reads it aloud. I can add a stop to the grocery store or find some to eat nearby. It always gets me home safely, and in the quickest time. It has gotten me across the town and even the country too. It has helped me find a store in city I don’t know, and even guided me walking to the spot where Elvis lived. I’ve depended on my Maps, when navigating the Vegas Strip, and when my mom got us lost that time we tried to go visit her friend. It tells me when roads are closed or if there is a faster route, warns me when there is a traffic jam or even just a wreck.
I guess it is clear why my phone stays so close, never staying far from reach. It has become a part of me, one I cannot live without. It keeps me focused on my goals and speeds up most of my tasks. Im not sure how I would survive if I didn’t have this technology, to utilize each day. Even if it were possible to live without it now, I wouldn’t want to try because I know I would be a mess. Im lost with out my precious phone and all its little apps.
IPhone 7 Plus Review – That Precious Gift