EP15: New iPhones

Welcome to Episode 15 of Unpacking iOS. In this episode I talk about upgrading your iPhone, but maybe not in the way that you might think … so, let’s start unpacking!

This week, new iOS devices are shipping to people all over the world. That’s because every September, almost like clockwork, Apple announces the latest iterations of it’s flagship device – the iPhone. It’s one of the best selling smartphones ever, and it changed a lot about how we use our phones. The new iPhone 11 models feature the fastest processors, the best cameras, and the most battery life of any iPhone.

However, as interested as I am to hear all about new iPhones, I’ve never bought one. You see, I’ve owned lots of different iPhones, but none of them have been the latest model in the lineup. I have always opted to buy an older iPhone because, for me, the best iPhone, is actually last year’s iPhone, and it might be for you too. In this episode, I will tell you why.

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One thought on “EP15: New iPhones

  1. Reblogged this on Jonathan Wylie and commented:

    Did you buy a new iPhone this week? I’m still using my iPhone 8 Plus and although the new iPhone 11 is tempting, I know I don’t need one. So, in this week’s podcast episode I make a case for why the best iPhone is actually last year’s iPhone, or maybe even the one before that…


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