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I love my iPhone 6. I just bought it not that long ago, about the time it came out or a few weeks later when I actually could get it in stock.
Yes, the phone is huge (I went 6 plus, of course), but everything about Apple I lap up like a five year old drinks Kool Aid in the summer months. It's sleek, savory and so easy to use that the iPhone is, for my money, the gadget that changed the course of cell phones forever.
And, I'm one of those people who get hot and bothered every time Apple announces a new phone; chances are, I'll be in line to get it as soon as possible or very quickly after the release date.
Now, I'm not so sure.
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Apple, as much as I love you, I'm annoyed. I went from "hot and bothered" to just "bothered" after hearing rumors pop up about an iPhone 7 in the works. I get how this works; there is always going to be another bigger, better an badder phone that follows the one I just bought.
But that doesn't mean that I can't get annoyed at the notion that my iPhone 6 barely is months old, and I'm already looking at headlines about a iPhone 7.
Rumors are flying that the iPhone 7 will be somewhat of a hybrid between the luke warm and relatively mediocre Apple smart watch and the iPhone 6. That doesn't do a whole lot for me in terms of anticipation since I'm not a smart watch lover. I finally resisted the lure of Apple and their marketing prowess and opted not to buy a watch that helps me answer my phone.
I think I'm good with that.
That said, I think with the iPhone 7, I'm going to turn over a new electronics leaf. No more will I be at the beckon call of Apple. I am going to just say no to the iPhone 7, no matter the hype, bells and even the whistles that will undoubtedly come in conjunction with one of those demure yet delectable Apple press conferences that seems like something out of 2001: A Space Odyssey.
From the operating system to the design of the phone itself, I'm done with Apple.
At least for now. The rumor mill finally was oft putting enough for me to remain happy with my current device.
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