I remember back when I had a Motorola flip phone seeing the first people who had iPhones. I was so jealous and wanted one more than anything. Every time I saw someone with one I would burn with jealousy. They seemed so cool and on the cutting edge. Now that I've had iPhones for years, I look around and it seems almost everyone has one and it's uniquenes has kind of worn off. I see them in cars when driving, I see them on the streets. I see them at restaurants and public places. I do contribute this to the fact it's a standard by which most phones are now judged by. (no offense Android people). I always felt cool having the coolest, newest device but now I think it's more like I feel cool just knowing that I can do whatever I like on it. Whether it's playing with musical instruments, games or using it for practical purposes like looking up information or directions. Do you think we're becoming a race of technological geeks who will all have the same exact devices one day? Steve Jobs has affected the communication world the same way that Thomas Edison did with the light bulb. Are you "unique"?