My iPhone.

Mendo88

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I would rather loose my arm than my iPhone. Could not do without.
 
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I would go as far as giving up 1 pinky finger at the most for my iPhone, the whole hand would be a bit much.


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RoofMonkey

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If they get Siri to open apps for us, you may be able to do without a hand / arm. Lol
 

RoofMonkey

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I would go as far as giving up 1 pinky finger at the most for my iPhone, the whole hand would be a bit much.
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How would you hold a cup of tea, properly - pinky extended then? :D
 

Sharunda

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prideaux-prosthetic-arm-duo.jpg


He can have one arm and an iPhone.
http://nokiainnovation.com/2011/10/nokia-c7-now-embeded-in-mans-prosthetic-arm/

In the pic this is a Nokia phone, but you can do this with an iPhone. At the most the OP has to worry about is to make sure he can use his writing hand or become ambidextrous.

But as you can see, it is possible for him to loose an arm and still have his iPhone!

Check this out:
 
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Jmbaker429

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lol you win that argument fair and square. :)
 
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theorioles33

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You know, one of my fears when using power equipment is that I will cut off a finger and not be able to use my iPhone efficiently. Why go on living after that? :)