I currently have my iPhone in service (battery replacement program), and I'll be three days without it. Already in the second day! To be honest, I thought it would be more difficult. The only thing I'm missing, and may I say, missing dearly, is Whatsapp/Messages. But aside from that, I'm quickly getting used to how things were before cell phones. Less distractions and more time doing things that need to be done. Above all, I notice I give more attention to the people in front of me. I hate it when you are talking to someone and they keep getting their phone out. But now that I can't even get my iPhone out to check the time, I've noticed that I was kind of doing the same thing to others by checking the time, quickly seeing new messages, etc. I know that some people do need their cell phones to keep up with work. But, for most of us, I think cell phones (smart phones more specifically) are not that important, and might even be affecting us in the way we communicate with the persons in front of us. So, do you think we've become addicted/slaves to our smartphones?