I thought you didn't like the iPhone 5
I used to carry two phones, one for work and one for my private use. It really wasn't so bad.
I honestly don't understand why you need two personal phones though? I'm not exactly "up" on phone technology though, so that's no surprise.
Pardon my ignorance, but how does a deaf person use a cell phone? Is there some sort of interpreter built in so that when someone speaks it is translated to either sign language or words on the screen?
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Ah I see. I would personally sell both phones and get the iPhone 5. If it doesn't work out then at least you know. There is always going to be a new phone out and I would imagine it won't be long before the androids have something along the lines of facetime.Originally Posted by Deafjeff, post: 293111
I think the problem is, once you've tried some of the apple stuff like imessage/facetime, it's *SOOOOOO* good that other solutions just don't feel nearly as nice and of course you have to go to all your apple friends and say I cant use facetime any more, can you install and use skype instead (which they may do but wont really want to).