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This is the Iphone 5.
Sure, it's not newest phone.

But I just bought it secondhand from a friend who sold it pretty cheaply.
But there is a slight problem with the charging though because I have to jiggle it so that it charges.
But other than that, it's kinda perfect.

This may be one of my hastiest purchase.
But it was cheap.
And I know an Iphone will never be that cheap.
And worse comes to worse, I'll just switch back to my current phone.

But for now, I'm just absolutely ecstatic.

I have always been a rather reasonable shopper.
But I have one weakness and it's Iphones.

I really really love Iphones.

It's my dream phone. I have always wanted an Iphone. ALWAYS.

The reason for that is because I have always found Iphones to have the best software and hardware. 
Simply because it's beautiful.

It's not just functional, it's actually really beautiful.

It's the little details that Apple put the effort into. No other phone, to me, has mastered the beauty Iphones have in the hardware and software. 
Most phones only have beauty in one part which is either the hardware or the software. So yea.

So holding an Iphone in my hands, knowing its mine, makes me feel ecstatic. Because I guess, it's not just a phone to me. It's more than that.
It makes me feel like I'm living the dream now.
I know. It's crazy.
Most people will just say it's just a phone.

But it's not to me.

I waited for so long. Now that it's here. It's crazy. It feels surreal.

This is like an icing to an already great year.

So yea.

I'm not sure how long this Iphone will last due to the charging problem. 
But for now, I'll bask in this happiness.


Happy "Sam" said…
Yeah !!
At least got before ya !!
Happy !!

Iphone !!
I also love it but still cannot find any my friends sell to me very cheap !!
haha !!

So I use the normal phone first !!
Important can sms and call first !!
Got extra money also put to family and child first !!
haha !!

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