2023 Author: Gordon Kinson | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-26 08:36
Have you ever lost or broken your smartphone? For example, I can recall dozens of cases when my friends missed their phone by their pocket, dropped it into the toilet, smashed it against the wall in a fit of rage. If you have had a similar case, then you should know that you are not alone.
The foreign portal Protect Your Bubble has conducted a study that shows interesting statistical indicators, having designed all this in a beautiful infographic.
Agree, it would be interesting to know who and how breaks their smartphones, to compare with their tragic incident, or to be surprised at the originality of the breakdown method. For example, you are 100% likely to have heard the story that someone dropped their smartphone into the toilet. Yes, indeed, such an incident occurs quite often, and most of the “toilet losers” (namely 57%) are men. But if we take all the incidents that take place in the bathroom, then women are already in the lead here, breaking their phones 41% more than representatives of the stronger sex.
Since we're talking about the bathroom, it is necessary to point out that it is the second most popular place where people break their phones. And the greatest number of breakdowns is confidently held by the tandem from the garage and the road. The kitchen, bedroom and living room cover the top five favorite places for smartphone breakdowns.
Age also affects statistics. If people from 18 to 24 years old more often break their devices themselves, then from users in the 25-34 year old category, the smartphone is stolen (women here, not surprisingly, go by 42%). People aged from 35 to 44 have a tendency to lose their phones, apparently the coming old age or, for example, a confident financial position that weakens vigilance, affects.
The study was conducted by Protect Your Bubble, which interviewed over 4,000 US residents. Of course, as you delve deeper into the issue, the data will change significantly, but to draw small conclusions and use your device more accurately, in the same bathroom, it certainly stimulates.
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