15 of #100DaysToOffload

The world is on the brink.

Evil people kill good, a pandemic rages across the world, and millions of people have no access to clean drinking water.

Despite humanity's challenges, people get worked into a frenzy about the next new iPhone.

In the run-up to the iPhone 12's release, I scrolled through countless articles on the 12's new colours, ceramic glass body, super-duper performance, MagSafe charging, and bionic chips.

I also read political stories but only to feel more adult.

But, on 6th November I plan to sit at the Mac and pre-order the iPhone 12 Pro Max, like dozens of other peopleā€Š.

What is it about the iPhone 12 that drives me to pre-order, and re-join the Apple Upgrade Programme?


2 of #100DaysToOffload

In preparation for our kitchen revamp, I explored the deep recesses of our cupboards. Inside the darkened corners lay utensils unseen for twenty years.

In a similar vein, my #iPhone has accumulated vast sums of unused apps. When I first bought an iPhone in 2010, I spent late nights surfing the app store to see what I could find.

Doodle Jump and the spirit level are long gone.

Still, with 76 apps, I'm about to embark on a serious declutter. But some apps make life that bit easier.