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Old Dec 29th, 2018, 01:25 AM   #11
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How's this for mileage: my iPhone is a 3GS, still going strong.

Of course, I only use it for phone calls, messaging, occasional tethering. And as an iPod.

Indestructible gear- touch wood.
Can't match that, but my iPhone 4, one model later, is still going strong as well. I use it without a SIM card in my antique vehicles to play my music through the stereo systems.
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Old Dec 29th, 2018, 11:54 AM   #12
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Can't match that, but my iPhone 4, one model later, is still going strong as well.

We also have a iPhone 4 that can still work well but hasn't been used for a while.

I may use it and stick the SIM card in it from my Samsung FlipPhone if and when it finally fails that works well for my use.

PS: The 7-11 Speakout SIM card I use costs me less than $50.00/year and any surplus time gets rolled over if renewed before the year expires.




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Had an iPhone 6 that was problem free and still is. Been passed down to my mom and now to my dad. There was the one issue that was fixed by Apple on recall and that was something with the camera lens shaking or giving blurry pictures. Was fixed free and nothing else to complain about.
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