You know, it’s kind of funny. Lately, I’ve been seeing stories that claim the smartphone is already dead or will be in the next decade. Meanwhile, every time I’m on the road, I see someone playing with their phone while they are cruising along. In 2015 alone, there were 3,477 fatalities and 391,000 injuries that involved distracted drivers. Surely not every single incident was related to cell phone usage, but you can imagine it probably accounts for a big chunk of it. The NHTSA even claims that approximately 660,000 drivers are using cell phones during daylight hours each day. That’s a staggering number, and it’s probably getting worse, but Apple just announced a new mode that will combat distracted driving automatically. Well, kind of.