By Marc Cluet via Wikimedia CommonsApple Store, London
I’ve cleared out my office drawers ready to move house. Among several kilos of strangely-shaped chargers and adapters, I stumbled upon a Nokia 6310 that I hadn’t seen since 2004. It was still on two bars of battery life. It made me wistful about simpler times. I also found a shameful quantity of deceased iPhones. Most of these met an ignominious end; in puddles, washing machines or subject to impact as a result of clumsiness or rage. See also: How […]
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