More features 

Worried because she is no longer the first choice
In a bid to retain users, creators persistently add more features to their products. Back in the day, the telephone’s sole purpose was to make calls. However, today’s phones have become the Swiss Army knives of technology, capable of taking photos, recording sounds, and performing an array of functions.

But is this truly a better way of doing things?

Undoubtedly, the benefits are numerous. However, the flip side is that the plethora of features can have adverse effects on our quality of life.

Distractions and interruptions are ever-present, making it challenging to be productive on our phones. Even when trying to read, multiple things may be vying for our attention.

Instead of endlessly adding new features, our focus should be on refining and enhancing existing ones. In doing so, we can avoid the pitfalls and ensure that our phones do not become detrimental to our well-being.