To be honest, I reminisce about the times when I would worship the iPhone and anticipate Apple's keynotes. Now, I have no alternative, but to see it as a tool that creates opportunities and problems.
Although a smartphone is exceedingly useful for communication and taking photos, such a high-tech solution is not appropriate for any problem. With things that fulfil our basic needs, we should avoid adding any unnecessary complexity and dependence.
The vulnerability of our electricity, water, and food supply chains is already shocking.
I read No Tech Magazine, not the iPhone Ticker.