03 Aug 2020

Since the release of the first iPhone in 2007, and the first Android phone following shortly after in 2008, smartphones became deeply enmeshed in all cultures of the world. And, as the devices have grown in popularity, technology packed into the limited physical space of smart devices has evolved dramatically. While the smartphone's core mechanics have remained the same over the years, manufacturers have tried to bring their own changes to shape the consumer view of what features a modern-day smartphone should have, such as wireless charging, a notch, and the controversial removal of the headphone jack.