Iphones: Why Your Parents Should Buy Them For You

Lexi D. and Haley R.

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Do you have a cell-phone? Cell-phones can help you if in danger. Cell-phones also help you keep in touch with friends and they keep you occupied. If you need to keep in contact with your parents after your school activities, you can call or text them.

If you are not with your parents, you can bring your phones to where you are going. Then, your parents do not have to worry about you being in danger and them not being able to contact you. If you lose your phone, it is easy to locate it due to the high-tech technology.

“Find My iPhone” is a new app that helps you locate phones. Another plus side to this app is that you can find your friends phones if they know their apple ID and information. This app helps a lot of people who lose their phones.

Another reason why your parents should buy you a phone is because you can contact friends while you are not together. Phones help us socialize and the phones keep us occupied. These phones help a lot of kids keep in touch.

If you walk home from school or afterschool activities you can call your parents while you walk home. Your parents can also track where you are if they have their phone on them. This is another reason why you need a phone.

If you are struggling with homework there are many studying apps. A lot of kids learn through technology. There are also many games that help help you learn. Most children grow better when they are having fun. So if you like to play games you are most likely to learn more than sitting around doing nothing but study homework.

In conclusion, your parents should buy you a phone. Phones help in case of emergencies,  help them socialize, and help them study. If you feel your kids are doing something suspicious on their phones, you can download mSpy to see every call, text, and conversation they make over the phone. As you can see it is a smart idea for your parents to buy you a phone.




By: Lexi D. and Haley R.

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