I mean I had an iPod but yeah
@Wolfbane, no, no, no iPhone only. You don’t count.
@megamanx181x, but I had a slider phone so that makes me a whole nother level of g
@Wolfbane, same here, and the iPod experience was enough for me to give up on Apple, and be Android loyal
I forgot the app used to look like that, that’s brought back some memories
@Nosferatu Zodd, brings me back to the days when FunnyPics' logo was a laughing cartoon turtle as opposed to a pixelated one.
@Proactive Citizenry , anyone remember Tap Tap Revenge?
I did have it yes but it was the last iPhone I will ever use, saw my brother had og note and downloading files and drivers then able to transfer to computer without internet, that day I told my self never again lol
That was back when I had an iPod touch and I would play Doodle Jump and Temple Run at middle school
I only had the Stuckpixel apps and a few shjtty games (there wasn't much in the app store back then). Good times.
@Wolf ODonnell, back before in app purchases took over the whole app store
Only the first iPhone had come out by then, gas was still around 2 dollars a gallon, and I could get a mustache ride down at the local whore house for a nickel. Life was simpler then.
Ah good morning my iPhone 3GS
@DrSin, I had a 3G, the struggle was real...
That was YouTube?
@jackass penguin, yup... back in the olden days of 2005 or sometime in that range, back when videos on phones was still relatively new.
I had to explain to a 23yo coworker that iPhones did not come out in 2005. Razors were the big phone at the time.
@CaseCat, I'm 23 and know that. What sheltered lives they must have lived.
I had an called mctube I could use to download videos good times
This brings back so much nostalgia...
Only 90's kids remember
I had an ipod when youtube looked like that, then I upgraded away from apple and have never looked back.
iPad 1 still has this app, doesn’t work tho sadly
@Captain Anderson, I just sold 2 iPad 1's because of this. Found them in the attic. They still worked, but the iOS wouldnt update any further than iOS 5, so I decided to just sell them.
For the record, I have both Apple and Android devices, so I'm not taking sides in any way. Lol
When I got my first iPhone (which was the very first generation of iPhones):
It didn't have 4G... It didn't have 3G. It ran on Edge, and apps literally weren't a thing yet.