I have been thinking of this a long time and i decided to write something about it “What Will It look like To Live without your smartphone”, most times when your phone dies, it can feel like part of you dies with it. Text, e- mail, twitter, Instagram, Facebook, who are we really without that little red notification dot of someone asking us to pay attention to them? Our phones get us everywhere; literally, think about how lost you’d be without Google Maps or Wayes, or how lonely you’d feel without instant access to your music and podcasts.
I remember spending hours at the library to write a paper or just to research simple facts that today I could Google.
You might need to fork out for a landline, alarm clock or camera
Mobile phones are so effective that they have replaced certain everyday objects.
You’d have to stick to your appointments
No more texting your friends to tell them you’re running late; you’ll need to fix your appointments and confirm on the day to make sure you don’t get stood up. Without the aid of Google Maps, the most used smartphone app on the planet, you’ll need to bring your A-Z along too to avoid getting lost.
Trying to Prove a Friend Wrong in an Argument
You don’t believe that GeekNg is a technology blog. There’s no way. He’s Solution Blog. Your friend says you’re wrong. After some hours later, when you’re finally by a computer. You look up GeekNg and … really?!
I could go on and on. Life today would be difficult without your smartphone, to say the least. But at the same time, unplugging on occasion isn’t the worst thing in the world. When was the last time you saw a sunset and didn’t Instagram it? Or told a joke and didn’t find the need to tweet it?What will you do to live without your smartphone and will it be so boring not to get updates from us 🙂Click To Tweet
You could fall behind on the news
With news apps, Twitter and Facebook alerting you to the latest events in real-time via your smartphone, you might be slow to catch up on news and invitations from your friends without it.
The harsher reality is that you could also miss out on urgent messages, meetings and offers of work.
On the plus side, if you’re recording a live TV event to watch later, there’s less chance you’ll find out the results ahead of time
You might sleep better
Lots of people use their mobiles as alarms, but the artificial light and radiation from your phone could also be disrupting your sleep patterns.
Lets take a look at 50 items that you can use to replace your smartphone, i myself cant do without my phone or pc.
If only we could see into the future to know what’s next for the ever-evolving world of the mobile phone, With new apps and features being launched every day, smartphones now allow users to accomplish so much more with one gadget without the need to buy additional items.
What would you miss most if you gave up your phone? Let us know in the comments below.