Smartphones are going the way of the dinosaurs.
But not just because of all the cameras that are now everywhere, but because the devices are getting smarter.
In fact, according to the company that invented the smart phone, the phones themselves are getting more smart with each passing year.
Smartphone company Aptly named the company after a phrase coined by the American physicist Paul Dirac, who wrote about the rise of technology.
It describes the phenomenon where a technology becomes more efficient as more people use it.
Aptly’s smart phones can be connected to the internet and have a camera that can take a photo and then send it back to the phone for further analysis.
They can even capture the photo and send it to their owner, who can then send back a video of the interaction, or even use the photo to make a call.
The company is already shipping its first smart phones, which are the world’s smallest.
Its new phones are expected to be released next year.
A new generation of smartphonesThe company says that in addition to using a camera to take a photograph, the phone can also analyze the picture to help the user decide what to do next.
The phone can then tell the user what to watch or read, what to look for, and how much energy to use.
It’s a technology that is being embraced by the masses, too.
AptLY is shipping a series of smart phones that are designed to be more efficient.
Some of these phones are the smallest smartphones on the market today.
The new phones, designed for use in cities, can capture video and photos that can be sent back to smartphones, and are capable of capturing images of the user in different situations.
The phones can also have an app on the device that can help the users choose between various apps.
The app will let the user find the best option for them, so they can do their best in whatever situation they find themselves in.