Life and death through the eyes of an iPhone is dizzy and depressing

Life and death through the eyes of an iPhone is dizzy and depressing

On average, you pick up your smartphone to complete tasks 221 times a day. For things from checking Facebook in the morning, sending Snapchats during work meetings to express boredom, to taking pictures of your food for Instagram and far too many selfies, it pretty much goes everywhere and does everything with you. While completing these tasks is a great experience for you, how do you think your iPhone feels about it?

According to a video by New York-based artist Paul Trillo, it's quite a dizzying life of multiple taps and swipes, awkward double-chinned angles of your owner and moments of being used at completely inappropriate times. All of which is brought to a screeching halt by a drop and a crack.

Pretty depressing when you think about it.

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