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Four Years With My iPhone 3G

On its back are uncountable scratches and scuff marks, the home button is slowly starting to get less responsive, and the front glass is a fingerprint magnet. But it’s served me brutally well over four years and I imagine it’ll continue doing that for a while longer. I can get to the information I want, talk to the people I want to talk to, and brain-dump my thoughts into a virtual blank piece of paper as the need arises. It’s still the closest thing to a PADD from Star Trek that I have, and every day I feel like I’m living a little bit in the future. Four years, and counting.

We’ve been living in the future for a while now.

Crime Is Up and Bloomberg Blames iPhone Thieves

The proliferation of people carrying expensive devices around is so great,” Mr. La Vorgna said. “It’s something that’s never had to be dealt with before.

Of the things people steal, phones are generally the only thing you can track and wipe remotely. But what do politicians know? Brands sell press conferences, that’s what.