Sort of, yes. Things are so strange these days. 10 years ago, you'd walk into a room and people would be looking at each other, talking to each other. Now 80% of the room just stares at their phones. I find that people these days tend to look at their phones to avoid feeling awkward, instead of acknowledging other people or feeling like they have to consider anyone else. I find that often, things that require consideration -- letting someone through a doorway, not blocking stairwells or sidewalks, other simple things -- people simply don't bother doing anymore and instead, they stare at their phones and act like they don't notice you. As if you don't exist. It's very frustrating.
I have actually considered instituting a no-smartphone policy in my house -- any guests that come in need to leave them at the door or in their bag, etc. If you're just going to stare at your phone and browse the internet and text other people while I'm trying to have a conversation with you...... then, this isn't working. Unfortunately, this is simply reality now.