Why I stopped using my iPhone 5, and why it’s OK to get rid of it

I finally figured out why I stopped being a happy-go-lucky iOS user and started using my new iPhone 5.

It’s because I realized the iPhone 5 isn’t the only way to get stuff done on the fly.

This isn’t just some weird iPhone 5 thing.

I’ve been using my Apple Watch for about three years now, and I’ve had some success with it, too.

It can do a lot of stuff with your iPhone.

For instance, it has an app for sending text messages and photos to other people you’re in a relationship with, or for tracking a package that’s been delivered to your house.

If you’re the kind of person who likes to write emails and have an iPhone in your pocket, then the Watch can do all that.

But most of the time, the iPhone is your primary means of doing things.

If there’s something you need to do, just tap the big red button on the front of your iPhone and it’ll do it for you.

And if you’re on a busy commute, it’s a good bet that you’ll always have it handy.

That’s why I bought a brand-new iPhone 5 back in December 2016.

I wanted to get a new phone that could do all the things I use my iPhone for, and that didn’t require me to pay for a new Apple Watch or iPad.

It was a smart choice for me, since I was on the verge of getting my first Apple Watch and I didn’t want to buy a second one.

I was also using a smartphone I’d already owned, which meant that I didn, too, because I could use my phone for anything.

I don’t need an Apple Watch to do all those things I used to do on my old iPhone.

It’s also important to point out that most of what I’m going to talk about is about the Watch, and how you can get started with it.

There are some useful things you can do with the Watch that you probably already have on your iPhone, too: Set alarms.

You can set alarms on the Watch to notify you of a new message or text message, or to send you a text that says “hey Siri, I’ve got an important call.”

The Watch lets you set a schedule for when to wake up, and you can schedule reminders for other things.

Find your contacts.

You don’t have to use the Watch’s camera to find your friends, or even find them.

The Watch will let you look up your contact list, and it can be used to find people who are nearby when you need them.

It will also let you make friends.

And it has a voice recognition feature that can help you find and contact people you meet through social networks, apps, and other apps.

It does this by scanning a photo or voice recognition data source and using that to determine the person’s age and other information.

Take advantage of the Apple Pay payment system.

If the Watch is paired with your smartphone, you can use the Apple Watch app to make purchases.

When you tap the “pay with your Apple Watch” button on your Apple Pay card, the Watch will automatically make a payment and the card will be credited.

The money is immediately deducted from your Apple Account, which you can then use to pay bills or make payments.

Create a list of all your favorite places.

If your phone has GPS or facial recognition capabilities, you’ll be able to check out a list or search for your favorite locations.

You’ll also be able use Apple Pay to make an online shopping cart and pay at select stores.

Get a new job.

I’m not saying that I’ll never have a job again.

In fact, I’ll probably have a lot more of them, even if I never start a new one.

But I think that if you take advantage of these three features of the Watch and start getting your iPhone 5 in your bag, you’re going to find that it makes a big difference to your overall productivity.

And, as always, if you have questions about using your new iPhone, feel free to ask me in the comments.

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