A Week With The Enemy: iPhone 4S (Days 5 & 6)

Posted In Editorial, Featured - By Jordan On Thursday, May 10th, 2012 With 946 Comments

As my term with the iPhone is coming to an end, I still find flaws that make my everyday use of the Apple phone a little bit messy. The homescreen on iOS is standard. Too standard. One of the main reasons I bought my Motorola Cliq two years ago was because of the customization. With the iPhone, I can rearrange my icons, put them in folders, and even change the wallpaper! The innovation! /sarcasm. This phone is too regular, and most of them look exactly the same, with either a black background, or the default rainy window wallpaper. It really begins to rustle my jimmies when the issue of widgets appears. I usually keep my homescreen nice and simple, with minimalistic widgets dominating the screen, that display the information I need, so I dont have to open several apps just to find out what the weather is like, or if I have any texts, missed calls, or see if theres deals on the Play Store this week.


Overall, my week with the iPhone is going slightly below average. Ive found myself playing games on it more and more just to pass the time.


Wish me luck.

About - Jordan lives in Southern New Jersey with his family. When he's not writing, he is spending time with friends and family, or playing sports.