Lots of things grow and mature with time to be a better version of themselves compared to the time of the genesis.
This is certainly true on many levels with cell phones.
I know that many of us were just thrilled to have personal cell phones in the late 90s that weren’t the size of jumbo staplers, let alone having the ability to send text messages without a designated pager. As the cell phone evolved, we got things like games and minimal internet access depending on your phone plan. I had a tiny phone gifted to me during the winter holidays one year and I’ll never forget how much fun I had with that thing on the bus riding to school in the mornings because of all the basic games it had on there like solitaire and Tetris. Then not even five years later we had the unveiling of the Iphone, which was a momentous occasion. With the implementation of the smartphone, cell phones were never the same again. If you had gotten frustrated with an early cell phone, you’d be missing the bigger picture where the device evolves and grows over time. The product menus as my favorite medical cannabis dispensaries have also needed time to evolve and change. At first the state didn’t even allow marijuana dispensaries to sell whole plant cannabis flower products. They were also extremely restrictive about what solvents could be used for extracting cannabis oil from the plant. Nowadays you have a selection that I would have died for back when my state first legalized cannabis for medical use around 7 years ago.