A phone is no longer a phone 6/365

My parents’ phone rings. I ask my 3 year old nephew if he wants to talk to grandad.

After a few seconds, he looks at the phone confused.

“But grandad I can’t see you…”

He can hear a voice but where is the face? This device makes no sense, just buttons to push randomly.

My nephew wants to see who he is talking to when he communicates. He has been taking selfies since before he could talk and happily watches videos and plays games on his mother’s iPad.

For my nephew a phone will no longer be a device where an unseen voice comes out of nowhere.

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