I don't want to say proud, but as of this month - January 2017 - I am a new owner of an iPhone. As much as I love technology, I'm a bit of a late adopter. Being on the cutting edge can get pretty expensive, and I don't generally like to fix things that aren't broken. So I'm content to wait until the culture has assimilated a new technology - and ironed out many of its kinks - before I jump on the bandwagon. And cell phones are an innovation I've been particularly reluctant to get on board with, as I don't have a lot of social contacts, and p2p communication is not my strong suit. But you can't fight progress (especially when your old carrier drops you because your phone is painfully outdated), and as much as I don't see the point in paying recurring fees for a service I rarely use, I have to admit it's mighty handy having the internet in your pocket. Other than that, a cell phone is really just a portable camera to me - and the iPhone has a very impressive camera. So, for what it's worth, I'm stepping into the future, and the quality of my on-the-go "selfie" photography should improve as a result!