About 18 months into having my iPhone 5, the stupid thing started having problems. Last winter, amid the "polar vortex", it would shut down if it got too cold. Then, it would shut down at about 30% battery. Slowly, it got worse and worse... shutting down if the battery was less than 50%, or if I took too many (too many = 2) photos, or if I used the map too much. I can hardly hear anything on it if I take a call on it. Then, this past weekend, it shut down with about 90% battery. That was it.
My contract with my phone provider actually ended in September, and I've been eligible for an upgrade since then. But I've waffled, because I've had such a bad experience with this iPhone, I wasn't sure I wanted another one.
On Sunday I reluctantly went into the store and signed a new contract with my phone provider, and got a new iPhone 6s. They assured me its battery was better than the 5, and I hope they're right. I chose the "rose gold" option - or pink, as I call it.
Now comes the fun part: choosing an iPhone case (so I will never see the pink, I guess). When it comes to phone cases, I'm a one and done gal. I buy one when I get the phone, and I never change it: so it's a 2 year commitment.
Anyway, I've been browsing Society6 for *the* case, and am currently admiring these ones:
On the left: A Lot of Cats by Kitten Rain
On the right: Furr Division Cats by Tobe Fonseca
On the left: Welcome to Twin Peaks by Justin Cybulski
On the right: Diane, Dale Cooper's Tape Recorder by Welcome to Twin Peaks
On the left: Llamas by Sophie Corrigan
On the right: The Alpacas II by Littleoddforest
On the left: Midnight Florals by Creative Index
On the right: Floral by A. Vogler
On the left: Five Birds tori no iro by Birdnimal
On the right: Birds by Claire Stamper
On the left: Atym by Spires
On the right: Tangled by Anita Ivancenko
What do you think? Are you a one-case person, or do you like to change it up?