Sounds like me. The guy I work with gave me an iPhone4 because his daughter refused to accept a brand new old model. She told him it didn't work right. I used it until it died and got my wife's iPhone5 when she upgraded. I was told it wouldn't work because it was from a different carrier. The SIM card is also different. The SIM card is much smaller in the 5. I took an exacto knife and a finger nail file and went to work. I made sure not to trim the working parts. Put the trimmed SIM card in an presto she worked. I'm still using it. I don't consider it a camera. I have made a couple of shots with it, but that's it. When I do use the camera it's usually to copy text or a picture of a product package to research later. Good for reference when putting something back together. Just remember to take a shot before dismantling the object.
Nikon Shooter wrote: I suppose I will be seen as boring but…
I got an iPhone for my birthday from my sons, an iPhone 4,
as it just got out on the market.
I still have it and don't need more nor do I want to upgrade
it to a newer version… I just need a phone and this one works
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