What things are Likely to Disappear in the Next Ten Years?


To dematerialize is to become free of physical substance; cease to have material character or qualities. In the digital age, many things have dematerialized. The iPhone for example has eliminated cameras, GPS devices, and several other pieces of hardware. More is likely to disappear in the next ten years, as innovation renders relics from our past obsolete. Here is a List of ten things that are likely to disappear in the next ten years.

  1. Credit cards
  2. Cash
  3. Passwords
  4. Keys
  5. Eye glasses
  6. Airport queues
  7. Parking meters
  8. Chargers
  9. Big hard drives
  10. Remote controls

Read this Article to explore the author’s take on each of these soon to disappear items. You can read more about the 2020s in my recent posts:

Life in 2030 could be Unrecognizable

A Pivotal Decade Lies Ahead

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