I think it is possible that most smartphones will no longer have the ability to turn off the wireless signals for Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS and Wireless Data on a smartphone. Smartphone operating system makers like Google Android and Apple iOS may want to keep wireless signals like we-fi and Bluetooth permanently ON, so they would no longer get technical support calls from less tech savvy users who don't know or forgot how to turn ON wi-fi, Bluetooth, and Data after the owner, an App, or someone with access to the phone turned off Wifi, Bluetooth, and Data. Removing the Off setting for Wi-fi, Bluetooth, GPS, and Data may make an Mobile OS slightly more lightweight, and run slightly faster, and use less storage space. Some smartphone users may prefer a smartphone which has a more lightweight, simpler, faster mobile operating system which has no options to turn off wireless signals like wi-fi, data, Bluetooth, and GPS. The government may require mobile OS have wireless signals like GPS, Wireless Data, Wifi, etc to be always turned ON, so the government can track people's physical location, and text, video and audio which is useful for tracking criminals and gathering evidence for court cases.