We’ve all been there. The newest iPhone or Android is coming out. You love all the new features. You want the new phone. You need the new phone. But are you eligible for an upgrade? Let’s say you are eligible – how can you get the most value for your current phone? You don’t want to just leave it sitting in a drawer. Continue reading
We’ve all been there…your cell phone is a year old, but a brand new version has just been released. There’s an epic keynote introducing all the shiny new features, there’s an ad campaign that helps cement this new phone as a must-have item, and your friends won’t stop showing theirs off. But should you upgrade?
Photos have hit the mainstream with a bang, and it doesn’t look like there’s going to be an end to smartphone photography any time soon. Images are the most effective way to communicate, whether it be sharing photos with your friends and family, or posting an image to Instagram and creating a crowd following. From sharing your passion to sharing your life’s moments, pictures have framed the new era of digital communication.
We’ve come a long way since the Zack Morris brick phone was what people thought of when thinking about cell phones. With cell phones, specifically smartphones, becoming a normal thing to see everyone around you using a basic set of socially acceptable rules has been evolving around their use.
Now we have a new study from University of Essex detailing what people would and wouldn’t do with their smartphones. While the study only polled 100 people it did have some interesting findings as a result of this study. In the study it was found that 50% of millennials approved of texting during a meal, while only 15% of people 30 and above approve of that same action. Similar results occurred that showed that younger people are more accepting of using smartphones in a way that go against traditional etiquette.