Phones.. something we all use every single day. My phone is on me at all times and I am on it a majority of the day. Over the past decade, cell phones have change drastically, to a point where I don’t even remember what they used to look like because I am so used to a thin, small, touch-screen phone.
Since the 1990’s, the way cell phones work and look have changed so much, but people only realize the change in cellphones and not in house phones. Some people would say their houses don’t even have phones, or they don’t use them. My family uses the house phone quite often, especially with a lot of my family living in Italy. The home phone has evolved greatly since the 1990’s and it has changed many of its features, we went from using a phone that looked like this..
and now this..
A phone with a cord, that could either connect to the wall or not.. to a phone that is cordless, with a caller ID, and call waiting. The changes that has come from house phones are incredible. I can’t even imagine still being limited on where I can go with the phone when my Nonna (grandmother) from Italy calls, or when my mom calls home from work and tells me to go upstairs and look for something. House phones have evolved just as much as cellphones and it is amazing to see.