In less than 15 years, smartphones have transformed society. It was 2007 when Steve Jobs presented the iPhone promo in San Francisco. Immediately, everyone felt they were part of something momentous: the unique design and innovative functions of the iPhone contributed to a significant increase in smartphone sales, forcing competitors to create equally advanced devices in terms of both technology and aesthetics.
And that’s how our lives changed. Smartphones have become an extension of ourselves: we always keep our smartphone close, we use it to make phone calls, check our emails, communicate withini friends, take photos, listen to music, post on socials, read and comment on daily news, watch videos, manage our workflow and much, much more. Basically, smartphones have become an essential part of our life.