📱You Will Spend 7 Years Looking at Your Phone?
I just read it somewhere, that you will spend 7 years of your life time looking at your phone! According to this information, all the time that one spends on their phone, will measure up to 7 years during their life. For me, I guess it could be even longer than this. Why? We have some people who spend the whole day and night on their phones. So, when you consider how long they’ll on looking at their phone in a year’s time, it will most likely be justified to so. How far could this be justified? What’s your opinion on this?
The way I’m using currently my phone for connecting, perform researches, reading and commenting on social media,and many others things ,if i make a calculation for one day, i can say that I’m spending at least 4hours a day in my phone. Now base in this, 4h per day in one year, i will send 2540 hours equal to 105days.
Before my last day on earth, i will not spend more than 7years looking at my phone. Nowadays the average living age is between 45 to 65 years.
I play my cell phone almost all the time for work, communication or entertainment. I never calculated. But I think I can watch my cell phone almost 15 hours a day.
adharad, what do think of the above story in regard to your phone usage. Is it justified that one can spend such time on average looking at their phone?
I’m sure many people will spend such time watching their phones. I ‘m personally convince that i will spend such time with my phone. I don’t have any other device, I’m using my Android phone to perform everything on internet, making calls, playing games,
I’m with you Leno, at this rate it may even exceed 7 years. I use my phone in my every day life.
I spend close to six hours a day using my phone and laptop.My eye sight may be affected ,6 hours is much on phone.
Eli, there some people who can spend the whole day on the phone.
We spend a lot of time on our phones, computers, queues, and waiting for traffic lights to turn green.
Maybe AI will bring some relief. The new intelligent machines will do most of our work thereby freeing us to live our lives much better.
Like you have said David, only intelligent machines maybe can save us from this.
I’m not saying the contrary, we will spend more time in our phones than that.
Leno, I support what you have said, it will be more than just 7 years on average.
That is an interesting fact, Jackson.
Let us be very aware of the time we spend both on phone and computer screen. However, most of us cannot do this due to job-reason. For example, I spend at least 10 hours a day in front of my computer. I am doing something to figuring out the best solution to that.