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The use of cellphones has become more popular with every passing year, causing many people to become physically and emotionally attached to their cellphones. American society today is constantly on the phone, from texting, to calling, to surfing the web, to even taking pictures; people seem to never put their phones down. Since the use of cells phones is skyrocketing, it has brought up an issue that the use of these devices while behind the wheel increases accidents (Hahn and Preiger par. 1). People don’t realize how distracting a cellphone can really be.
For example, social networking which is use by all generations of people. It has an influence the way we purchase cell phones, in order to have the capability. With the creation of different smartphones and tablets, comes the demand for more mobile applications. This causes competition among application builders. Mobile applications are designed to its user making their experience less complicated.
Convenience is valued and cell phones provide convenience in the daily lives of each user. If cell phones were suddenly taken away, our society would be lost until they found something new to take the place of their handy cell phones that make life easier. Cell phones are also used for a sense of secur... ... middle of paper ... ...e acceptable, however, if society loses his control over his time, health, and safety, cell phone dependence can lead to negative outcomes. Majority of society’s cell phones users use cell phones for personal convenience, security, and entertainment. Cell phones and high tech devices have managed to become an enormous part of society’s daily life, and society has developed an abnormal dependence on them.
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