Cell Phones And Its Effect On Society

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Since the release of the first generation of iPhone in June of 2007, Social interaction has taken a dramatic change since. The story of these devices arose when in 1973 Motorola made it possible to carry a phone and still use it, since then there have been millions upon millions released through these forty three years of its existence, every year with a different model, system, camera, you name it, the possibilities are endless! The advantages cellular devices hold over us are massive, from calling a friend situated halfway across the world to ordering food for Memorial High School’s 5th period lunch. Another major factor of our 24/7 nonstop use of the cell phone is texting. Text messaging has essentially caused us to withdraw from society and has caused major difficulties for humans interacting in one on one conversations. That is how cell phones have ultimately changed communication between people and killed interaction. Now, cell phones have innovated to such advanced technology within today’s society and people now are using it on a daily basis. Owning a cell phone is a basic need. Since the introduction of the first mobile phone by Motorola in 1973, the phone industry has had a major boom and has increased in demand by the minute since then. Mobile phones have become so popular that now every year, each producer is competing on who can release the “newest” model and basically who can “reinvent the wheel” all over again with “new and improved” specs these mobile
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