<p>My D will be a freshman at an OOS public this fall. She currently has an old vanilla LG cell phone that she likes, and an iPod Nano that is full and barely runs due to a weak battery. So she is replacing the iPod for sure. She is not very tech-savvy, and she likes simple things that just work. Old style texting is fine with her. Which of the following make sense (or make no sense) and have I missed any good scenarios?</p>
<p>1) upgrade to a new Nano, and get her a new LG phone to ensure battery life, etc.
2) consolidate to an iPhone for her music and phone needs
3) keep the LG phone but move to an iTouch to handle her music needs, getting her internet and email access when on the go. I assume an iTouch also be used for calendar, alarm clock, photos, and much more?
4) buy her a smartphone (Blackberry, Nokia, Palm) to replace the LG, plus buy a Nano for music. </p>
<p>I am leaning to #3 because I think an iTouch would be useful, and she likes #1 because it is familiar and simple. </p>
<p>I also have laptop/printer questions, but will save that for a future post.</p>