在一篇名为《明天的电话》的特写文章中，哈罗德·s·奥斯本(Harold s . Osborne)预测，在未来的一段时间里，每一个新生婴儿都会得到一个电话号码，而电话号码将是他一生的时间。
Thus, mobile phones have produced a pervasive impact on human lives which can be classified into both positive and negative aspects. From interpersonal communication to providing infrastructure for businesses and from managing your work to launching a huge campaign, mobile phone has become essential for human beings. However, its impact and usage don’t end here. With the ongoing Research and Development in the field of mobile technology, it would be not useless to say that countless striking revolutions in this field are in the making; which are likely to make human lives more automatic, paperless and fast.
In a featured article titled “Telephone of Tomorrow”, published in Mechanic’s free press, Harold S. Osborne predicts that a time will come when every newborn baby will be given a telephone number which will remain his for the entire lifetime.
Many scientists and researchers predict that while today mobile phones are used to schedule your work and manage your schedules, in the coming times, such intelligent apps will be developed which will provide your day-to-day data to the marketing companies, who on the basis of such information will offer tailored products and services.
Various apps will be created by different organizations and institutions such as the app created by various hospitals will enable one to browse through the list of doctors, take online health advices, book their appointments, get a tailored diet chart etc.
Mobile phones are also expected to use the concept of augmented reality which would enable users to use their mobile cameras to point at some place and identify the important aspects of such areas such as nearest cafes, clinics, police stations etc.
Some researchers also expect mobile phones to serve as important medical devices such as stethoscopes, thermometer or even blood pressure meter. iWander is a medical app which can be used by the people suffering from Alzheimer’s disease. This app tracks the location of the patient and informs his family members if the patient moves away from their house.