In five years, we’ll all have phones that connect physical locations again, instead of (or as well as) people. And we’ll be raising a generation of kids who don’t know what it is to be lost, to not know where you are and how to get to some desired destination from wherever that is.
Think about that. “Being lost” has been part of the human experience ever since our hominid ancestors were knuckle-walking around the plains of Africa. And we’re going to lose it — at least, we’re going to make it as unusual an experience as finding yourself out in public without your underpants.