A quote commonly but has been mistakenly attributed to Albert Einstein, “I fear the day that technology will surpass our human interaction. The world will have a generation of idiots.” This is a very interesting statement and in so many ways it’s true too. Nowadays, it is easy to see people sitting around each other but only staring at their cell phones without any conversation. The conversation between me and my family or friends decreases when we are using cell phones. Many people take their phones everywhere like classrooms, the workplace, restaurants and bathrooms. Undoubtedly, we always have to be prepared for emergency contacts or important messages, but there are too many unnecessary uses. This phenomenon became more severe after smartphones appeared. Smartphones made life very convenient, but at the same time, it is destroying human interaction. Before we become the “idiot generation,” we have to realize the seriousness and break our addiction to smartphones. Despite of all the facts and opinion the question remains, is smartphone addition a problem? Or are we even addicted to smartphone? Here are some questions to think about: Do you reach for your smartphone first thing in the morning? Do you check your smartphone last thing at night? Do you take your smartphone to the bathroom with you? 
Undoubtedly, people have different opinion regarding the Smartphone addiction. Many people think Smartphone addiction is a problem whereas many think it’s not a big deal.I personally believe Smartphone addiction is a major problem that needs to be addressed. On this paper, along with providing the background of smartphones, I will be presenting several facts to argue that the Smartphone addiction is an issue that deserves attention from every individual. In addition, I will also be discussing different ways to tackle this addiction problem. Conversely, I will also be sharing the views that deny the Smartphone addiction to be a ma...
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