Nowadays, I'm in possession of something much sleeker, and if I was to leave home without my beloved iPhone, I shudder to think of the consequences.
I use it to find my way to meetings, choose restaurants at the last minute, while away time on the tube playing solitaire, and sometimes even to call people. And I would have no idea what was going on in the world. Okay, yes, the world according to Facebook and Twitter.
I am not alone in this. Around one third of UK adults own a smartphone and in Am
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