Family privy to exclusive iPhone 5 opportunity
My small extended family isn’t exactly what you’d call “tech savvy”, having recently purchased the most advanced gadgets they’ve ever owned, iPhones, from Sprint.
When they’re not sending me long texts comprised mostly of emoji characters, they’re asking me to troubleshoot “problems” with the device.
Oh, and they send me emails (see above from my uncle) where I not only notice that my last name is spelled wrong in THEIR address book, but which also ask my advice on an “exclusive” opportunity to test the iPhone 5.
How should I handle the question posed by my uncle’s email? Most creative response wins.