For some reason beyond my understandin’, I just spent the better part of 20 minutes readin’ an article on how to save your battery on an iPhone. It went into great detail about all the background apps that you could and should disable, things you will never need that Apple so graciously put on them.
Why is this so non-understandable? I don’t own an iPhone and prolly never will. I don’t like ’em. I think part of this stems from when I worked for AT&T when the things first came out. I had so many calls from customers complainin’ about the quality of the service they were (or weren’t) gettin’ that I just turned against ’em.
I’m sure there are folks readin’ this that has one or knows someone that does and just loves it, and I have nothin’ against that, I just don’t like ’em for myself. Gimme an Android any day.
So the question begs to be asked. Why did I spend so much time readin’ an article that was of no benefit to me what-so-ever? I guess I’ll just mark it up to things a hillbilly does for no reason at all except to waste time.
Thanks for readin’.