Okay, so it’s time to examine the historic iPhone 2G. I decided to spend at least a week carrying this as my only phone so that I could report back to you guys what the experience was like. In order to use this with my cellular service, I had to extract the SIM card from my iPhone 5. Then I had to place it in an adapter so that it would fit properly in the iPhone 2G since it uses a full size SIM card. Thanks to some suggestions from my viewers, I tried installing a customized firmware known as Whitedoor. You can find out more about this by visiting www.whited00r.com and yes those are zeros for the word “door.” This firmware upgrades the original iPhone to the same look and feel as iOS 7 that you would be running on a modern iPhone. It updates all of the built in apps and adds quite a bit of new functionality to the phone. It even adds all of the new sounds and ringtones. And believe it or not, it still runs at an acceptable speed. However, don’t be mistaken, this is not iOS 7 and it’s not going to run any applications designed for iOS 7. So as usual, I’ve created a vairety of categories for which I will be rating this phone. [Music] Voice calls worked just fine and there was no noticeable difference in audio quality or functionality in this regard. So as a voice phone, it gets a passing grade. [Sound] [Music] Text messages also worked fine. However, I ran into some initial issues do to the fact that this does not support iMessage. Many of my friends phones would still think I was using an iPhone 5 and attempt to send me texts using iMessage so I would never get them. Still that isn’t the phone’s fault, so I’m not going to doc it for that so I am going to go ahead and give it a passing grade. [Sound] [Music] Email worked perfectly with my Gmail account. Although, a few features were missing that I was accustomed to, I had no problem reading and answering emails on the go. I will give it a passing grade. [Sound] [Music] Okay, so this phone does not support FaceTime and even if it did, it has no frontal camera. You might be able to run an older version of Skype on it using the back camera but I don’t see what the point would be because you wouldn’t really be able to have face to face communication. So I am going to give this phone a complete total fail on video chat. [Sound] The built in apps were great. In fact, I like the built in Google Maps more than my iPhone 5 Apple Maps.