Daniel Levine: The smart phone continues to evolve

The trends expert is seeing a change in the must-have smart phone items
NEW YORK - April 22, 2014 - PRLog -- Trends expert and keynote speaker Daniel Levine is following the smart phone business very closely. With the appearance of the smart watch and ever improving tablet computers, the usefulness of the smart phone could soon be changing. But internet-enabled telephones are not going away easily.

“With the app a common part of our daily routines, it is no longer creating the buzz or the big business that we saw a few years ago,” says Levine. “That does not mean that there are no more opportunities in the space.”

As the app market stagnates, the amazing versatility of the smart phone continues to play a critical role. Devices that can plug in to the smart phone continue to populate the market with increased regularity. In recent months, smart phone attachments have served as air fresheners, radio tuners, anemometers, selfie-takers, and numerous other functions.

“This trend does not mean the smart phone is on the way out,” says Levine. “Creations like wearable technology are creating plenty of hype. However, the smart phone is still king, and developers are working to create the next big thing to cash in on market saturation.”

About Daniel Levine

Daniel is a trends expert and public speaker who specializes in consumer trends. As a marketing specialist, he works with corporations on the world to maximize their sales. As a keynote speaker, he entertains audiences while teaching them how to embrace trends. Learn more at DanielLevine.com

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