Search engines aim to present users with the most relevant results. To do this, they focus on user intent. Google, for example, is constantly adapting, evolving, and innovating so it can best serve its users. When provided with a query, they look at which device you are on, where you’re from, your previous search history, and more, all to determine which results they should show.
If you’re walking down Howard Ave. in Tampa and search for “Restaurant in Soho” on your phone, your results will be completely different than if you search for the same term at home on your desktop computer. Why? Because your intent is different depending on where you are, what time of day it is, etc.
So what does this mean for SEO? Better results for the user. But don’t worry. If you’re doing a good job and following SEO best practices, this shouldn’t affect your site. Keep providing value to your visitors and you’ll see the results.