A Not Terribly Scientific Study Of Alternative Means of Using an iPhone

Blurry Adam

Bad photo, right? Yup. But, at the moment, it is one of the very few iPhone photos taken entirely by nose control. Special, huh?

Of course, this rather amazing new level in human computer interaction required further investigation.

What can be used to wake an iPhone, unlock it, and take a picture?

  • Toes work. Duh.
  • Stomachs do not work. But it does tickle.
  • A dog’s paw works just fine…
  • … but licking the phone while trying to use it does not work.
  • Nipples do not work. And the screen is surprisingly cold.




6 Responses to “A Not Terribly Scientific Study Of Alternative Means of Using an iPhone”

  1. iPhone » iPhone September 19, 2007 12:26 pm says:

    […] A Not Terribly Scientific Study Of Alternative Means of Using an … What can be used to wake an iPhone, unlock it, and take a picture? Toes work. Duh. Stomachs do not work. But it does tickle. A dog?s paw works just fine? ? but licking the phone while trying to use it does not work. Nipples do not work. … […]

  2. Gernot says:

    I appreciate that you stopped your experiments at this point 😉

  3. anna says:

    Oh, I so need to get our cats a flickr pro now so they can have their own stream :p
    A new meaning for paw prints..

  4. Andy Lee says:

    I’m *so* glad you didn’t go where you could have gone with this. 🙂

  5. Big Nipples Blog » Blog Archive » A Not Terribly Scientific Study Of Alternative Means of Using an… says:

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  6. k. says:

    I’m with Andy… I was expecting this one to be below the belt!

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