At my new favorite store in SF's Japan Town, Different Things, I stood in line for 10 minutes to buy a $1.79 calculator for Lucas, which he quickly started to refer to as his iPhone.
As we headed down the streets of San Francisco to the Kabuki Theaters for more taiko drumming, people did double takes as they saw Lucas strolling down the street, presumably texting his friends and talking on his new iPhone.
On Sunday when Kevin and Lucas were getting ready for their bug hunt down at the waterfront, Lucas tried to make a case for bringing his iPhone.
"What if we get lost and need a map? Then I can type in our address so we can get home." (He's seen me use this feature numerous times.)
Leave it to Apple to make things so simple that even Lucas can sell someone on the iPhone's key features.