Insights · June 29th, 2022
On June 29, 2007, the first iPhone went on sale. On that same day, a boy named Noah Schmick was born. Over the next 15 years, the iPhone grew…and so did Noah. The Wall St. Journal has put together this fascinating documentary about the boy and our connected world.
The short documentary features interviews with current and former Apple executives like Tony Fadell and Greg Joswiak, WSJ’s Joanna Stern traces how Apple’s invention matured and changed all of us — perhaps the youngest generation most of all.
The world has been changed and many have explored what that has done to the younger generations. So, take your iPhone (or similar device) out, connect your headphones (Bluetooth or wired – if you’re cooler than cool) and watch POCKET:
You can see The future of children, technology, and privacy keynote Nikolas Badminton gave at Google’s Partnerplex in 2018:
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