The iPhone X-S

As mentioned in the previous post, I purchased a new iPhone yesterday. It was time to replace my iPhone 7 which by the way works just fine but I had the bug for a new toy. The difference between men and boys are the price of their toys, right? These are a few photos I took today around town. Not a sunny day all day, I’ll put the camera through more tests tomorrow, it should be sunny again. I will have to be out of the house most of the day tomorrow as today the paint crew masked and taped all day.

The entire interiour of my home including the garage is being repainted, top to bottom. I strongly suspect that this home was a rental at some point in it’s past. In any case, the home needs it badly as the walls have dents and shitty spots where Uncle Bob if you take my meaning, attempted a half-ass repair job. There’s only one way to do a job such as this, the right way, the first time and by professionals. It’s costing me a serious amount of money since I am stickler for details.

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2 replies

  1. lovely the second photo.
    have a great day

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  2. Thank you, I’m very pleased with the device as a whole. The camera is a step up from the 7.


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