Disadvantages And Disadvantages Of Smartphones

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One hundred years ago, people used phones that were simply a tool to talk to another person. It was not used to take pictures, send messages or play games.People couldn’t imagine smartphone that allow peoplpe to search internet to get imformation.(qtd.Joe Butler)
Technology has developed a lot, and have increased smartphoneusers.The number of smartphone users worldwide will surpass 2 billion in 2016, according to new figures from eMarketer-after nearly getting there in 2015. Nextyear,there will be over 1.91billion smartphone users across the globe,a figure that will increase another 12.6% to near 2.16 billion in 2016.(qtd.eMarketer)
Smartphones do have advantages, such as they’re useful and provide you with on-the-go information ,apps that help manage social media accounts, driving navigation ,Internet connectivity for web browsing,movie, and music.(qtd. Joe Butler, Scott Cornell)As disadvantages of smartphones, there are Extra cost, Decreased interactions, Extra work, Effect on children, Security risks, Negative health effects, Lead to accidents, but only “Decreased interactions, Negative health effects, Lead to accidents, Security risks” is going to be dealt with in this paper.

Decreased interactions
Instead of interacting with the people around them,
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Travelling with your phone is very important. In case you have an accident, you can always contact someone who will help you. But, it can actually cost lives when drivers focused on texting or social media lose control of their vehicle and have major accidents. And it’s not safe to do it while you’re walking either. For one, people have stepped into on coming traffic while staring at the screen of their phone. Less seriously, you can fall down stairs, trip over something on the ground, or bump into a wall or another pedestrian while you’re absorbed with what’s happening on Facebook.(qtd. Tomasovic,

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