La Capra, good point about just taking pictures with phones. I used to worry about the digital divide. My students live in poverty. They don't have computers in their homes and it's true.
But they all have cell phones! And what am I using right now to communicate? A cell phone. Apparently I am slow and stupid for using one finger when double thumbing is much faster! Cell phones are the future of computing. We call people, have a GPS system, take photos, store contact information, create documents for use and sharing, pay bills, FaceTime people to speak to them in person, etc. We can't actually teleport people with them, yet. But they have more computing and other powers in a portable device that is cheaper than pc's or laptops.
This will be the way of the future. We type erratically until the word we're looking for finally appears. And no big deal if we get it wrong, autocorrect has got your back. We google the very beginnings of a thought and myriads of options pop up for our perusal and consideration. And if we don't have the gumption to google something, then we can just use Siri who knows the answers to just about everything.
Kids take these things for granted. While I, not a digital native, have a hard time with technology to this day. I did not grow up with it in my home. I only got a personal computer as an adult and I still struggle because things that should be really easy are often difficult for me. I just don't have a digital brain.