A little Fujifilm Instax documentation of this morning’s iPhone6 mission. 

It’s not every day that you get the opportunity to 1.) be one of the first to receive the latest iPhone, and 2.) do so at no expense to you in return for talking about what I think about it. I pretty much have no qualms about this because I been an apple fan since forever (it’s really hard to write that in the way it should sound, but hopefully you kind of get it) and ever since I fell over running and scraped up my iPhone 5, I have been waiting for the 6 to come out.

So, with that out of the way, I am going to tell you what I did today. Today I woke up at 5:30am in order to get down to Spark on Queen Street by 6:30am, where my ‘monkey-with-hands-covering-face’ emoji was holding my place (4th) in the iPhone 6 queue (see here for a better explanation). I went through the process of receiving my iPhone and also signing up to a cheaper plan to what I’m on, this one that is open term and $79/month for unlimited calls and texts and 2.5gb of internet if you’re a stalker and are wondering what my phone usage is like. That kind of sounds like I was told I had to mention iPhone plans but I actually didn’t, I’m just weird.

Also, it turns out with my plan I get like 1gb of wifi data a day at data hotspots around the city. I haven’t entirely figured out what this entails exactly but I feel like it means that I can sit around one of 1000 phone boxes in Auckland City every day streaming episodes of Hart of Dixie and Dance Moms. I also get a free Spotify Premium account. I actually had one already but I was paying for it so now that it’s free/included I can keep that $12.99/month I’m saving for a year and spend that $155.88 on the ultimate of luxuries and my new obsession: a deep fryer. (Not joking. Want to make this.)

Happy Friday guys.