We don't give kids free access to junk food. We shouldn't give them free access to the iPhone.
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It's fine-tuned to be as engaging as possible, so that you don’t want to put it down once you pick it up. It lacks real substance and is engineered to be desirable. With their sufficiently random rewards systems giving you unpredictable dopamine hits, they’re designed to be addictive. You don’t need it, but you want it, and companies spend billions of dollars each year to convince you to consume it. 

Once you tap, you can't stop. 

Our addiction to smartphones has taken on many of the hallmarks...

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