Is there any news of a new Iphone coming out sooncategory: Iphone
The next update to the iPhone might be here in time for Turkey Day. Possibly a rumor though. Thanks for using !
There is no new news on the iPhone coming to Verizon. Rumor is that the iPhone may be compatible with T-Mobile by the end of 2010
The rumor is an iPhone for Verizon in 2009. Sorry it is only a rumor! Chalk this one up to wishful thinking. A leading Apple MORE
The launch date is: September 25 for iPhone 3G and 3GS customers. MMS will be enabled through a software update on that day.
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8 Responses to “Is there any news of a new Iphone coming out soon”
Is a new iphone coming out soon in 2011?By The Watcher May 12th, 2013 at 00:02:36
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Is Apple planning on updating the iPhone to the new 3G existing customers that have the’s capabilities or are we so to say screwed?By Stryker[X] May 12th, 2013 at 09:30:30
Edit my essay(More details, easy work!)? If you edit my essay you get best answer. Simple as that. Please help out. I am not good at narrative essays with this much imagery. It needs to be descriptive so if you could tell me what more i might be able to add. The Topic is just an even that happened at your house and describe your home. This is just a draft you all. Tell me what i can add and subtract. Thank you!!! PS I also have no conclusion!!
Growing up I was always told to “just say no”. Just say no to drugs, drinking, and other illegal activities. When I reached my teenage years, I wanted to do as I pleased. I wanted to be with my friends and try new things. I tried alcohol and I found that I liked it. I had gotten so involved in drinking that it had become such a large part of my life. By age fifteen I had been drinking every weekend. One weekend at my home, I wanted to throw a sixteenth birthday party for myself. That day changed my life forever. I have learned that alcohol can make you violently sick, it makes you incapable of making decisions, and last but not least, drinking can kill you.
It was a bright and sunny morning, and it felt like any other day for me. My parents were out of town for that weekend, and I wanted to have a party for my birthday and for News Year’s Eve, seeing as how they are the same day. I called my friend Andrew to help me set up beer pong tables and to put up New Year’s Eve decorations. Soon later Andrew arrived at my excessively large, two story home. We went to my three car, half finished, garage to go and get the plastic, white party tables. We took the tables and set them up in my bare, dirt filled back yard. Four tables later, we began putting out mass amounts of alcohol along with blue and pink happy New Year’s Eve banners. There were many bottles of beer in my refrigerator, and an assortment of hard liquor on my counter. I already felt that this was going to be an eventful night.
About fifty of my friends came to my party. We all began our drinking frenzy in my red media room, and playing drinking games in my large, wood dining table. I drank the equivalent of sixteen regular beers in less than three hours. I did not know I had drank this much alcohol until it hit me so hard I had to lay down. I laid down on my cold patio and my memory from there on out was inconsistent. I hardly remember my friend Andrew using his blood-alcohol measuring device to curiously see what it would be. It was .387, almost the lethal limit. I went into my overly crowded home, through the narrow, plain white hallway to my bathroom. I was then violently sick from what I had later found to be alcohol poisoning. I vaguely remember hearing a loud obnoxious knock on my hollow white French doors. It was the Sheriffs’ department.
I was still in my small, dark pink bathroom puking my brains out while my friend Andrew covered for me and told the police that my home was his home. Andrew had taken me to my tan, microfiber couch to sleep off my coma like drunkenness. I awoke the following day to a trashed house, my pure white carpet in a stained mess, and my large rustic style kitchen table covered in emptied alcohol bottles. My cherry wood picture frame, that holds sacred baby pictures, was broken and carelessly kicked to the foyer wall. I had then decided to wake Andrew from my queen sized bed and asked him what had happened. He had told me about the amount of alcohol I drank and the way I vomited. I realized that I could have died that night. I was so frightened for my life and I knew I never wanted to drink again. I was so angry at myself I went to my dark, unlit, midnight blue room, and I attempted to destroy everything in reach in hopes of releasing my anger for myself . I threw my iPhone into my innocent wall. I even went as far as destroying my flat screen television. I later came back to reality, knowing my parents would be
Back home at any hour. I started my cleaning marathon for the sake of not being confined to my home forever.
I learned the most valuable lesson of my life that following morning. I learned that I did not need another drink until I was at least twenty one years old. I learned that I did not need that much alcohol in my system in one night. I see now that I could have easily died in my little bathroom without anyone knowing.
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Yayyy my baby got an iPhone !!!By lapiervb May 12th, 2013 at 16:25:39