The consequence of mobile phones in our modern world is getting clearer and with the impact these devices have had on social media, mobile computing was just better and attention from hardware and software and vendors. Mobile computing innovations have seen an increase in Android and iPhone platforms where third-party developers have developed hundreds of thousands of apps running on these devices, some right in the cloud. However, the actual operation of mobile computing is not hardware and software manufacturers, but rather many users who interact and are always connected to these social networks and use these devices. Therefore, it can be assumed that the future of these devices and where they are used will largely determine future innovations that affect the spread of mobile phones.
Mobile users spend more time on web sites than their desktop media. This means that the network will require increased connectivity if it is expected that this trend will continue and if social networking sites expect to crop more revenue in the future. Mobile phones advertisers will also reap a huge portion of revenue, as innovation in geo-location, user-friendly and social testing is expected to lead to more targeted and better advertising. It is also very likely that the development of mobile phone construction will largely revolve around social networks like Facebook and Twitter. Already launched a Facebook post and ability to add latitude and longitude to tweets are indications that future mobile computing is in social media.
Everything above sounds interesting, but it also means that things like customer experience with minimal delay, high response and ease of communication will require major improvements if customers have had the same experience of mobile platforms as desktop users. It is also interesting to see that current restrictions on mobile phones have caused new behavior among users. This involves skimming through content rather than reading and writing short answers. While solutions to these challenges can be built around these new behaviors, it is clear that users can not meet expectations unless these challenges can be solved.
Energy demand for mobile phones is another challenge. Smartphones rarely store storage for more than 12 hours of continuous use, and larger and more colorful displays mean that power consumption just went up. These are the challenges that can be solved by having more efficient hardware and software. We can only think about the current developments in the mobile phone and its impact on the social media, hoping that it will tangibly shape an unpredictable way in the future of human relations.
Source by Geoffrey Wagner