Are you addicted to your iPhone?
Which do you think is better, iPhone or Blackberry?
iPhone of course. Blackberry is for losers.
You prefer the iPhone because it is easy to use.
You think both are great as long as they serve the basic purpose of a phone.
Besides the standard apps that come with your new phone, how many pages of downloaded apps do you have on your iPhone?
More than 4.
Suppose your iPhone crashes and you take it to the Apple store. They tell you that it will take at least a week before it gets repaired. How do you feel?
You freak out because you cannot function without your iPhone.
A week is a long time but you will manage.
It's okay as long as they give you a replacement phone which you can use temporarily.
Have you ever tried to convince any of your friends or colleagues to sell their old phone and get an iPhone?
Yes. You do that to everyone. In fact, you always manage to convince everyone.
You have done that a few times.
No. You've never even thought about doing that.
You are getting bored at office because you have nothing to do. How will you pass your time?
You will play one of the many games you have on your iPhone. You may even go through some of the many interesting apps on your iPhone.
You will surf the Internet from your iPhone.
You will go to the food court in your office and find someone to hang out with.
You are in downtown and you urgently need to withdraw cash from your bank card. You can't seem to locate an ATM nearby. What do you do?
Quickly use your iPhone to find an ATM locator and then use the GPS app in your iPhone to lead you to the nearest ATM.
Use your iPhone to find the nearest ATM and then find it by asking for directions to people around you.
You frantically start asking people if they know of an ATM nearby.
You are going on a vacation and your flight is in the next hour or so. Besides your passport, tickets and money, what else do you check if you've got it in your bags?
Your iPhone, its charger and a convertor that you will need to charge your phone in a foreign country.
Your laptop and your iPhone.
Your first aid medicines and the list of important contact numbers.
What do you generally use your iPhone for on a daily basis?
Daily alarm, reminders, email, phone, banking, games, Internet surfing, chatting, online dating, ATM finder, Facebook, Twitter, music, messaging, apps, finding store locations and much more.
Phone, messaging, email, Facebook, Twitter and a few other apps.
You make calls, send messages and check your email.
Suppose you were to pick from these two options - spend 2 weeks without the company of your partner or spend 2 weeks without your iPhone. Which one will you choose?
You will spend two weeks without the company of your partner. At least you can pass time on your iPhone.
It's a tough choice and you need time to decide.
You will obviously forgo your iPhone. After all, you can't live without the presence of your partner in your life.
Are you addicted to your iPhone?
You are addicted to your iPhone.
Your daily life depends on the functionality of your iPhone and it is virtually impossible for you to spend even 24 hours without it.
You may be addicted to your iPhone.
You like using all the features of your iPhone and your dependence on it is growing day by day. If you don't keep your dependence in control, you may very well become addicted soon.
Your iPhone is just another phone for you.
You don't seem to be fascinated with your iPhone and you use it as just another phone. You are definitely not addicted to it.
You like your iPhone.
You generally like all the features of your iPhone but you are not addicted to it. You see it as a useful gadget.