Matt Birchler, regarding Austin Mann’s 10 Years of iPhone:
People have not always photographed their lives like we do today. I take pictures of everything and I don’t do it because I think every moment of life is worth framing on a wall, but because every little moment might be worth remembering down the line. And I don’t worry about taking too many pictures because storage is (essentially) unlimited, and it costs me nothing to over-document my life. This was not possible to any previous generation, and we are quick to forget this fact.
The iPhone is the most important consumer product of our generation.