Imagine a world without your smartphone. That might be difficult, especially considering that almost half of millennials said they "couldn't live without" their smartphone in a 2015 Pew Research Study.
Smartphone use has steadily increased in recent years, and now 77% of Americans own a smartphone. How phones are being used has also changed rapidly, moving away from the fundamental purpose of making calls, and towards other functions. Mobile technology has changed how we get information and communicate, do business, and live our lives.
But is it overdependence or simply a new way of doing things? What might your day look like if you didn't have your phone to rely on?