You wake up, your Nokia is sounding an alarm, you slide and it tells you itís 8am, open up the menu and the weather for today pops up letting you know itís sunshine today. You grab your phone from itís charger next to your bed and carry it to the bathroom, you open up some podcast and do your daily business, shower brush teeth etc. you grab a towel, dry your hands and go back to the bedroom with phone in hand still playing Red Panda, you put it down while you get dry and dressed, it playing audio through it's own fairly powerful speaker. You tie your shoes, grab your phone and head down stairs. Poor some cereal and open the ebook app to catch up on the novel you're reading while you eat. you finish slam bowl in sink and head to the car. in there you switch it to FM transmitter function and listen to your show on the car radio. While at work, it keeps your email updated on your person even when away from your desk. Work finishes, head home with phone once again playing your music in your own car. Straight in the door, you head to the kitchen and cook something nice, possibly from a recipe book or experimenting on a whim. You switch to Spotify while you eat and do the dishes. You take your phone upstairs, turn the light out and play a quick game before bed (and there are some lovely games). Leave the phone charging, since you don't need to switch apps for them to function, and prepare for the same tomorrow. Except that tomorrow's a cycling day so you quickly load up SportsTracker and set up a workout when you cycle in.
So for all those haters, just think, think for five minutes of the possibilities, they are truly endless. How you could integrate this into your life, it all depends on how and what you want to do with it, how much you would use it. Thus, I think anyone buying one is well justified and itís a cool £0 well spent with a cheap 12-month contract. Well spent indeed.