One of the most amazing things about mobile technology – especially the hardware – is that it’s so keen to be an indispensable part of our lives it will continue to work, even when it’s broken. A 2015 Motorola report says, “50 percent of people globally have experienced a cracked smartphone screen.” In India, China and Mexico that number is over 60 percent. But more than 20 percent of people globally continue to use their phones “despite cutting their finger on the broken screen,” the study suggests. Either it’s a case of keeping our broken phones on life-support, or they stubbornly refuse to die, like an android that’s had an arm ripped off. What are the most common reasons for the dreaded #crackedscreen? Unsurprisingly, the most common way to get a cracked screen is dropping your phone or tablet. The detail lies in how you drop it. Did the device slip out of your hand, did it do the “lap launch” when you got up to stand, or did it drop out of a pocket and fall into a toilet? Fall into a what? Yep, I’m afraid it does happen. I remember the day when a school friend of mine… Read full this story
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