I’m a huge fan of the iPhone.

When it first launched back in 2007, I was thrilled to be able to own one of the most important products in the world, and I was delighted to have a friend who loved it as well.

But when I first started using my phone, it was a different experience altogether.

When I first got the iPhone, it wasn’t like I’d just been introduced to it by someone who had a passion for it, like most of us have, I thought it would be a simple, straightforward device.

I remember being on a plane with my dad and my girlfriend when my dad announced that Apple would be giving away the iPhone 5 to anyone who had purchased a $99 “free” iPhone 6 Plus.

That was my first instinct.

The fact that it was going to be free was a huge shock, but it was something I was excited about.

I was definitely excited to be a part of this event.

I was excited to know that Apple was giving away a phone that I didn’t need and that I could use without a contract or any sort of contract.

I didn.

I’m very grateful that they did that.

I remember going into the store, and there was one of those phones, and it just made sense to me.

I’ve seen this thing in my dreams before, and to have it actually exist, even if it wasn “free,” was incredible.

I had no idea that it would go from being a phone I couldn’t live without to a phone where I was able to live without it.

It was definitely a big step forward.

The first iPhone was really a step in the right direction.

The only way I could see myself not being able to use it was if I just didn’t buy it, but I’m not that person.

I don’t need the phone, I don)t need to use this phone.

I just don’t.

And that’s something that we all want, but we don’t have it.