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  • “ Research has found that smart phones are affecting productivity, communication in the work place, social engagement, and have an effect in education” By: Seanique Mouton 23335467
  • DEFINITION OF A SMART PHONE
    • A smart phone is a mobile phone that offers more advanced computing ability and connectivity than a contemporary feature phone.
  • DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CELL PHONES AND SMART PHONES *
    • Cell phone
    • Smart phone
  • THE FIRST SMART PHONE WAS DESIGNED BY IBM IN 1992 AND WAS CALLED SIMON . IT WAS RELEASED TO THE PUBLIC IN 1993 AND MARKETED BY BELLSOUTH .
    • The first smart phone only contained a calendar, address book, world clock, calculator, address book entries, email, send and receive FAX and included games.
  • SMART PHONES ARE THE CENTRE FOCUS OF THE MODERN WORLD!!! * SMART PHONES, SUCH AS APPLE'S IPHONE AND OTHER MOBILE PHONES WITH COMPUTER-LIKE CAPABILITIES, ARE RAPIDLY BECOMING A COMMON PLACE ON COLLEGE CAMPUSES.
  • TO PROVE MY STATEMENT:
    • Cell phones are the way that most people access the Internet most of the time.
    • Students are using their smart phones for research and homework.
    • Easy and fast way to gather information on any topic .
  • SOCIAL ENGAGEMENT
    • Smart phones improve on one’s social life by granting access to social networking sites even on the go, thereby contributing to improving social engagement.
  • EDUCATION
    • Smart phones are making an impact on education.
    • Most smart phones have a keyboard layout. This gets one accustomed to a computer and prepares them for the workplace by familiarising one with emails and appointments.
  • PRODUCTIVITY
    • Productivity is on the increase because with a smart phone one can work even out of the office as all the normal computer functions are possible thereby maximising on time whether in or out of the office.
  • CONCLUSION
    • As we have noted in the previous slides, smart phones are making a positive impact in society.
    • Having a smart phone isn’t just part of a accessory item, it keeps you updated with the rest of the world and makes accessing data fast and easy.
    • Their constant increase cannot be ignored.
    • I feel that there have not only been a benifit to social life but to economic life aswel.