I made some changes compared to what I had been using. I switched from Android to iOS, which marks the first time I’ve used an iPhone as my daily driver since the iPhone 4s. This will likely inspire some other changes in the coming months. But for now — this is what I’m carrying and using on a daily basis.
- iPhone Xr with T-Mobile
- iPad Mini 4
- Fitbit Versa (will likely swap for an Apple Watch)
- Pixel Buds (these work well with iOS, but I’ll likely replace them with Apple AirPods)
- Recycled Firefighter (Front Pocket Slim) Wallet
- Recycled Firefighter Nomex Handkerchief
Not pictured is my Kindle Paperwhite, or my cameras, which include a Nikon D3400, GoPro Hero 5 Black and DJI Spark.
Pixel 2 with T-Mobile, (an aging but still reliable) iPad Mini 4, Fitbit Versa, Pixel Buds, and some basic cheapie sunglasses along with a Recycled Firefighter (Front Pocket Slim) wallet and Recycled Firefighter Nomex Handkerchief.
Nikon D3400, DJI Spark, and GoPro HERO5 Black.
Pixel 2 running on Project Fi, iPad Mini 4 (with Project Fi data-only SIM), Moto 360 Sport, Pixel Buds, and (an old but reliable) Fitbit One.
Nexus 5x running on Project Fi, LG Watch Sport (with Project Fi data-only SIM), and Apple Earpods.
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OnePlus 3 (on a data-only Project Fi SIM), Moto 360 Sport, HTC Re, and Fitbit One. Along with some bamboo sided sunglasses.
Nexus 5X on Project Fi, Nexus 9 LTE on Project Fi, Asus ZenWatch 2, HTC Re, Fitbit One, Victorinox Swiss Army Pocket Pal, Evernote Moleskine, and Retro 51 Tornado
Nexus 6 on Project Fi, Pebble Time, Google Glass, Fitbit One, Evernote Moleskine, and Retro 51 Tornado