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In this day and age (of technology), it seems like everyone has a smartphone. But, really, what should be the age limit for a kid to have a smartphone like an iPhone, because according to the article above at gizmodo.com, it is okay for 11 years old to have an iPhone? It’s really troublesome because my 12 years old brother (7th grader) is asking (and won’t stop even for a day) for an iPhone 5s because (directly quoting from him): “All the kids in my school have a smartphone and some are younger than me! I’m left out! You don’t know how I feel! You said I can have one when I get straight A’s! It’s so unfair!”
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As a person who grew up with technology, I can understand his reasoning. However, I didn’t get my first regular phone until I entered high school (in 2006 I think), and that was because I went to a school without bus transportation and needed to phone my mom to pick me up after school. My brother has a bus to his faraway school… and he does have a regular phone to make calls. But he said that he needed an iPhone to talk to his friends about its technologies because “everyone always goes iPhone this or Samsung that and our teacher lets us use smartphones to listen to music in 4th period.” I just looked at him and told him that he can do that on his laptop (which his school provided for all kids) or iPad or iPod (which he never uses). His reply was that it won’t be the same since he can’t face time his friends or talk to it like he could with a iPhone S–which he does regularly with my iPhone 4s at home. I just think that he’s at a showing off phase, or that he’s really addicted to technology–which can become problematic. Maybe, to help keep this issue from expanding, I should just bring him to the temple for a month to show that he can live without wifi and whatever else on the must have list these days.
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Honestly, I think he shouldn’t get one since he’s so forgetful: he might lose it. And we have to get a 2 year contact with one of the 3 carriers that won’t work when we go oversea during the summer because it would be locked to US carrier. His reply was that he can have one of the shops oversea unlocked it, but I told him if anything happened afterward, he won’t be able to get it upgrade. The evil little thing just said that there are ways around that too. Where did he learn this, or is this just his desperation talking?
At the moment, he is still determined to get his iPhone 5s, and I’m still looking at him, trying to decide.