In the age of electronics, the frequency to which new and updated products hit the market is astounding. Before you begin to learn on device a newer version pops up and is 10 times better than the one you have. This can be frustrating for anyone who is not as tech savvy as they would like. In order to combat this we have laid out a few steps to make sure you can navigate this day and age without feeling overwhelmed.
Don’t Keep Up With The Jones’
You do not have to have the latest device when it hits the market. In all seriousness the latest one might be a bit better but not so much that it renders your current device obsolete. Stick with what you have and learn its ins and outs. When you are finally comfortable with your device keep it even longer. This is to ensure that you get the most from your device before you trade it in for a newer version.
Use Your Device For Other Things
Today’s devices can be used for numerous things from being a calculator to underwater photography. Using your device for something other than its main purpose will ensure you learn the limits and capabilities of your device. You might find a feature that actually enhances your use of the main purpose of your device like an app or a function.
In conclusion, we know how confusing this world can be without something new and scary for you to forcefully learn. If you limit your exposure to most of the devices on the market you will be able to navigate a little more freely as you aren’t a slave to your device like so many millions are. If you take the time to understand why these major companies put out a new device every 5 minutes you will understand why you don’t need to upgrade. Most of the time these companies keep functions of of devices in order to sell you the same phone 6 months later with the left off function as new. Terrible I know.