"No, I don't want it," Jack said as tears rolled down his cheeks.
You can forgive Jack his reaction since he’s only four years old.
The boy’s father said his little guy was upset because “that's all he has known or seen since he was alive, so it really upset him.”
Some parents are wondering what a four year old was doing with an iPad or iPhone in the first place.
Jack’s dad Derek Colling isn’t so worried about that but told ABC News he did want his son to come around to the new software.
Derek is pleased to report, he has.
"He has been fine with it since I showed him how to swipe to get in,” Derek noted.
"There are some things he doesn't like, like that the folders are smaller so he has to swipe more, but for the most part he likes it."
Now that Jack has come around his family intends to put up a video of him praising the new system in order to be fair.
— Rick Couri is an on-air personality for KRMG in Tulsa, Okla.
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