Since the debut of the iPhone in 2007, smartphones have grown to dominate the consumer photography space. For the average person, smartphones have long since displaced digital cameras, which were popular back in
I’ve previously written about how photography’s shifted over the years. In 2003, digital cameras first outsold film cameras, with the latter soon dying out. Recently, I wrote about how
It’s been a decade since the initial iPhone was launched, marking the beginning of the modern smartphone era. The rise of the smartphone’s brought forth a lot of changes.
A look at when seven items became obsolete, from rotary-dial phones to CRT TVs.
For fun, here’s a list of ten pieces of technology that I once used, but are now obsolete for my purposes. I’ll also list why I now consider it