In language, phrases and various semantic expressions referring to technologies often make their way into the language, even if that technology is mostly obsolete.
Examples of this could include "Caught on tape," even though tape recorders haven't been used since the late 1990s. Many say, "broken record," even though record players have been obsolete since the 1980s. Many people will also say, "hang up the phone," despite most people using smartphones, which don't use receiver cradles.
Many other examples include: "Dial a number", stocks (as in the stock market) refer to literal pieces of wood with makes engraved in them, almost all typographic terms refer to typewriters, inbox refers to the fact that mail used to be received in physical boxes etc., etc., etc.,
My main question in all of this is whether or not these common semantic phrases have a term in the field of linguistics.