Frustrating Cell Phones

I switched from a Blackberry to an iPhone and though there were tons of features on the iPhone that I liked, I hated the keyboard.

And first, I have to say when I got it I couldn't even figure out how to turn it on much less how to make it work. I had to go to my Internet provider to get my email set up, then I had to find someone else with an iPhone to figure out how to turn it on and how to type on the keyboard. Finally, I got the hang of it, but then it wouldn't do something the Blackberry did, it wouldn't take email message off my big computer.

I hung in with the iPhone but it began acting wonky. It wouldn't show that it was charged even after I'd let it charge all night. I took it to the store where I bought it (AT&T) and they fiddled with it finally saying I'd have to take it back to Apple. The nearest Apple store is nearly two hours away.

I made the decision to go back to Blackberry--and I'd had my iPhone long enough that I had an AT& T upgrade coming.

Now I've got the Blackberry and it's been working fine (though I still haven't figured how to do everything on it, but now my emails are coming in funny. The digests have missing words, so I'll be heading back to the AT& T store. Sure hope there's someone there smart enough to fix it.

I should finish by saying that I hardly ever use my Blackberry or even the iPhone as a phone--I use it for email and Facebook and taking photos.



There was a charming young girl who took the phone apart and put it back together and it works fine now.

Thank goodness for smart young people!


Popular posts from this blog

it's Not a Cozy! by Mar Preston


The Power of Identity by Donna Urbikas