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  • 1. TO BE OR NOT TO BE???PART OF THE SMARTPHONE!!!THAT IS THE QUESTION…
    ADP 1003
  • 2. Contents
    Introduction to Smartphone's
    Smartphone history
    View’s on Smartphone
    Social and Economical Advantages
    Social and Economical Disadvantages
    Statistical Information
    Research on Smart phones
    Conclusion
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  • 3. Introduction to Smartphone’s
    Being a highly technological advanced device able to;
    Offer computing capabilities
    Connectivity to the internet
    Run complete operating system software
    Thus can be used in an educational manner, business use, or personal entertainment.
  • 4. History of the Smartphone
    Smart Phones have been
    there since 1993, the IBM Simon
    being the first smart phone.
    From not having any processing
    power, to a boasting 2 gigahertz of
    processing power in the Motorola
    Atrix, which can be compared to a
    laptop.
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  • 5. Smartphone
    Smart phones are regarded to be the new revolution in business and education. They have so many advantages compared to the feature phones.
    Educationally they can be used in such a manner that students don’t need to carry around large bags with laptops, but already have hand held computers.
    Due to the large processing power, multi-tasking is very possible.
    Smart phones are now mainstream devices within South African businesses.
    Enterprises should now be looking at what smart phones mean for their businesses in a more strategic and holistic fashion.
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  • 6. Social Advantages and Disadvantages
    Advantages
    Disadvantages
    Keeps you linked up with friends across the world due to its internet access.
    Offers programmes such as Adobe, PowerPoint and Word, which can be used in the creating of documents on the go, thus benefitting students.
    Some smart phones such as Blackberry offer free messaging services.
    Due to the access of social networking sites, people end up being anti-social because of spending to much time on their smart phone.
    Minors can access harmful material on the internet.
    Can be a disturbance to students because of the free messaging services offered.
    Battery life does not last long.
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  • 7. Economical Advantages and Disadvantages
    Advantages
    Disadvantages
    Online services can be accessed, such as online banking or online purchasing.
    Can be used to pass important information online to peers (e-mail).
    Business processing integration.
    Can be used as personal data assistant (PDA).
    Most smart phones are expensive
    Makes it difficult for some people to designate a clear delineation between work life and home life.
    Frequent checking of email and internet applications takes time and attention away from interpersonal relationships.
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  • 8. Statistics
  • 9. Research on the Smartphone
    Research by World Wide Worx
    Reveals 75% South African companies use smart phones, compared to almost none 2 years ago.
    Mobile Corporation in SA 2010
    Shows an increase in smart phone usage in corporate South Africa, beyond general consumer use.
    The report also shows that 96% of large South African companies make use of landlines, 92% rely on cell phones, and 3G data card penetration has reached 94% of companies. Mostly smart phone use.
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  • 10. Conclusion
    As seen from above, it can be deduced that the smart phone has crept into our lives and has taken the human race like a plague, affecting all areas of our lives, socially, educational and business more-so-over all age groups.
    Thus saying, it can be seen that this loved device can play either a negative or positive impact in our various day-to-day lives.
    If given a choice to take a smart phone or not, that would not be a hard choice, because being a social person, my connection with friends would be easier and being a student, it would help organise my timetables and even do assignments on the go.
    However I would still get a cell phone which does not have functions found on smart phones because the battery life lasts longer, and it does not attract as much attention from potential thieves.
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  • 12. Reference
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    Content
    Reed, B.(18 June 2010) http://www.pcworld.com/article/199243/a_brief_history_of_smartphones.html (accessed on 25 March 2011)
    Metz, R.(21 February 2011) http://www.mobiledevicenow.com/article/Review__Motorola_Atrix_Is_a_Powerful_Smartphone/77377/index.html (accessed on 25 March 2011)
    Weal, L (eHowcontributer)(9 December 2010) http://www.ehow.com/list_7468796_disadvantages-smartphones.html (accessed on 25 March 2011)
    World Wide Worx.(25 February 2010)(accessed on 24 March 2011 ) http://www.itnewsafrica.com/?p=5474
  • 13. Reference
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    Pictures
    http://18to34.wordpress.com/2009/04/13/smartphone-demographics/
    http://www.pcworld.com/article/199243/a_brief_history_of_smartphones.html
    http://www.mobile-t-mobile.com/uimg/smartphones-market.jpg
    http://www.unlockedsmartphones.ca/images/unlocked-smartphones-new.jpg
    http://metafacts.files.wordpress.com/2010/12/tdjbz_carrierchurn_by_mobilephonetype_101111_0654.jpg