I am decent at it in terms of basic use. Texting, downloading apps, updating, clearing storage and other phone software maintenance things. And many new functions which seems to evolve and come on so fast nowadays, I do pick up and learn them relatively quickly since I think I'm still young enough to do so for the time being.
But as for things like sideloading apps, rooting/unrooting and all of the other things, I am mostly clueless. Which for the average late millennial or gen-z'ers I think those things are common basic knowledge for them.
I also realize the lack of a social plans for the most part nowadays, I am also less exposed to so many routine new functions and features of a smartphone that most of your typical average person will know and are constantly exposed to. Like typical social media functions like sending/sharing photos, posting, tweeting, retweeting, event-dining-party recommendations, snapchat sharing, kiking etc, all of the social oriented smartphone features. I am rarely exposed to those.
The truth is strictly what the ones in power perceives it to be.
Enjoy any good things, even the little and menial ones, as you will never know what impending distresses could descend upon you in a moment.