Still, it's great to be able to play so many games on so many different platforms. I can't imagine life without them any more, and I'm happy to be able to live in the 21st century. Most gaming is done on my PC, but almost every single one of those games is an iOS game. I'm glad that I have the opportunity to play them.
The one main difference between now and then is that I rarely use my iPhone as a phone, since my Android phone is generally with me. I have access to a lot of games now on iOS, too, but I'm not sure how much I'd want to dedicate an entire platform to gaming. That's just not enough time in my life for that. But, if I'm playing a game, there's a good chance it'll be an iOS game.
Since then, my iPhone has slowly become more of a communication tool, and it's still (mostly) just music I have on there. And, of course, my iPod remains the same. I still listen to music, but I don't always have it with me. It's mostly in my car, since that's been the main place I play games during the past three years. And, of course, I play games on my PC, as well.
It's interesting to look back on a few years ago when I was using an iPhone and an iPod Touch. I did use the iPhone for some things, and the iPod Touch for other things. I also used them, more often than not, to play games. Mass Effect 1, Mass Effect 2, and Mass Effect 3 were on there. Borderlands 1 and 2. Super Meat Boy. Papers, Please. The Witcher. Legend of Grimrock. Metroid Prime 2: Echoes. I would just play them incessantly during my long walk to and from school, whether that was playing in a bus, public space, or even just laying on a couch next to a fireplace. Even though I had iTunes on my iPhone, I wouldn't really listen to it on there. Mostly just music I had on my iPod.
Look at the picture, the first time we see them, their face is not clear, but when the story moves to the present, we see the face clearly. In the drama, Jo Yeon's face is clear. In the photo, Jo Yeon's face is not clear.