Mobile Phones Advantages And Disadvantages

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Imagine yourself at a significant social event, such as a wedding, where the majority of individuals are scattered around, seated and staring down at their technological devices, preoccupied and isolated in their own world, even though they’re surrounded by masses of their family and friends celebrating a beautiful occasion. This is quickly becoming a normal occurrence, when people are more focused on trying to capture and upload the perfect photo of the bride and groom to upload to Facebook or Twitter, rather than just simply enjoying the event in real-time. Likewise, more often than not, you encounter couples that are out on a date together, yet neither of them even glances in the direction of the other, as they’re too mesmerized with …show more content…
There are several advantages of modern cell phones that contribute to a enhanced way of life, they are portable, and you can carry your mobile phone with you so that you don’t miss a phone call, it is a versatile multi-tool of sorts, you have many gadgets at your fingertips to help with a multitude of situations including, a GPS to help you find directions to the nearest store or to locate you in an emergency, a flashlight to help guide your way, calculator, a multitude of games to play and occupy your attention while waiting at a doctor’s office for your appointment, instant messaging tools that allow for instant communication without having to pick up your phone to initiate a phone call and internet access leaving the world wide web open at your fingertips helping you to find a phone number, or perhaps a food review before dining out, the possibilities are endless. Finally, one of the popular uses for today’s modern cell phone inventions is the texting feature, which allows for endless instant messaging between two people without interrupting people around them. While a portion of society view texting as an impersonal form of communication, it is also considered a successful form of interaction as far as communication goes; it is private, quick and …show more content…
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