Headline, January 05 2019/ '' ' SMARTPHONES -WROUGHT-DECADE- STUDENTS-OWN ' ''




'NOW REMEMBER' : Most lovingly and respectfully called, !WOW! is the Most Valuable Company mankind ever got, to compose and invent and innovate and serve.

Past Decades Review Glorify : what Founder Framers, and The Students of the entire world got to Shine, like Sun above, and struggled to bring justice, voices, honors, dignity, and a growing blissful future to mankind 

When the first Apple iPhone hit the market in 2007, not everyone was convinced it would supplant the flip-phone. When Google's Android software system arrived a year later, the BlackBerry still seemed to have bright future.

But with the iPhone 4 in 2010, featuring a high-resolution display, sleek design and front-facing camera, our collective fate was sealed.

Here are 10 ways that a smartphone has made its mark over the decade.

Today some 5 billion smartphones are in use around the world, according to Canalys Research.

The total number of Internet subscriptions has soared to 7.2 billion globally from 1.3 billion in 2010,  the vast majority of them mobile subscription, International Telecommunications Union data shows

The explosion in connectivity has been specially dramatic in the developing world, where there are mow more mobile connections than people.

Apple Inc, once a niche computer company, is now of the world's most valuable companies thanks to the iPhone. The five largest Fortune 500 technology companies - Apple, Amazon, Google, Microsoft and Facebook, currently boast a market capitalization of $4.7 trillion-

Compared with about $800 billion for the top five in 2010. Now all of that is due to the smartphone. of course, but the mobile-related technology and services accounted for nearly $4 trillion in economic activity in 2018, according to trade group GSMA.

There's an app for that............
Whether we are hailing a cab, ordering food, playing a game, finding a date, listening to music or  shopping just about anything, there's a good chance we'll be doing that with a smartphone app that didn't exist in 2010.

Many of most popular apps are free, but customers are still expected to spend more than $120 billion in app stores during 2019, according to App Annie, a mobile apps analytics firm.

The endless scroll of Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and other social media apps now consumes 34 minutes of every U.S. adult's day, according to Nielsen.

Fewer people are sitting on the sofa to watch live TV at set times, and advertisers are following. Mobile as spending surpassed TV for the first time in 2018 in terms of percentage share of the U.S. market, according to research firm eMarketer.

We can also thank the smartphone for Instagram influencers, ''sextortion'' and fake news.

Global shipments of digital camera dropped from their 2010 peak of 121 million to just 19 million units in 2018, according to the camera & Imaging Products Association [CIPA].

Meantime the latest phones pack as many as four camera lenses and cutting edge software that makes it easier than ever to get that perfect shot. The front-facing camera might be the busiest : Google reports that its Android devices take 93 million selfies everyday.

The satellite tracking technology known as GPS combined with information from cell towers and W-Fi networks has made the smartphone incredibly powerful tracking devices. Google maps and its poorer cousins enable even the most directionally impaired find their way around unfamiliar locales with ease.

! For the privacy-minded though, it's a disaster !.

The Honor and Serving of the Latest Global Operational Research on Smartphones and Future, continues. The World Students Society thanks Reuters.

With respectful dedication to the great memory and accomplishments of Steve Jobs, and then Students, Professors and Teachers of the world.

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