Unintended Consequence

I got my new iPhone 5 last Friday and the next day I paired it with the car via Bluetooth. The final step of the pairing process involves supplying a name of the phone to the car system. For my old iPhone 4 I used “iPhone” and my Nokia it was “Nokia”. So I had to do the same for the iPhone 5 and was planning to say, “iPhone” again. What I didn’t count on is that I had to do it while Naomi was strapped to the car seat and the car wasn’t in motion.

Here is what the car has as the name of my iPhone 5.

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4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Louise Meiklejohn
    Oct 01, 2012 @ 14:58:38

    So what is it?
    Your link won’t work.

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  2. marriedwithtwins
    Oct 04, 2012 @ 00:29:14

    Lovely. So, is it worth upgrading?

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    • Alex Hung
      Oct 04, 2012 @ 13:09:32

      Totally. I had the iPhone 4. The speed increase (not just CPU, etc. but more overall), the better quality display, and the camera are very noticeable. It’s also much lighter as well, which isn’t obvious due to increase in length.

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