I don't know if it's me but i think people with older devices are often slow mode and even a close minded?
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Thirdly i am not asking you give me reasons of people not changing their phones, it's just yes or no question stick to that and don't give me reasons such as people can't afford it, everyone can do it's just a matter of priorities.
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That's the problem with being progressive, just because you think you're being "more advanced", others would consider you slower and close minded.
Someone might say that anyone concerned with a person's telephone is clearly focused on small issues, there semantics in the big picture.
Maybe people either don't care what type of phone they have, or see a nice phone as being pointless.
I stopped caring what phone I had after my first iPhone. Now I have some Android phone, honest to god don't even know the model or specs. I don't have Facebook, Twitter, tumblr, etc... So I don't need something nice for that.
I don't play games on my phone, so i don't need something nice and new for that either.
I don't care to take photoshoots of myself or anything with my phone (because I don't have a fb or Instagram to post on, or want to have it)
About all I need a " smart phone" for us using the internet (which depends more on my provider and network than the phone itself) and YouTube videos ( which is the only place besides this I even have and account). I also use email, but I don't that through my phone's web browser and not an application on the phone.
I'm not knocking you for having a "super great" phone, I'm just questioning your superiority phone complex.
I am an avid hiker, why would I try and keep up with the latest iPhone ( because you have to buy one every year to always have the newest phone), especially if the chances of that phone getting broken, on the trail or in the river, go up exponentially because of hiking?
I'm just saying people have there reasons.1