Common Mistakes Many Smartphone Owners Make: There will undoubtedly be some carnage when people and technology come together, and some of the everyday activities individuals engage in while using their phones have unfavorable effects. Here are a few mistakes that we’ve all made with cell phones at some point. After reading this list, we hope that someone may reconsider some of their less-than-ideal habits and choose an alternative action. Regardless of the reason why your cellphone breaks, you are always welcome in our repair store.
Not having a Screen protector
The screen protector serves as the shield if a phone case is its armor. In the worst-case situation, a top-notch tempered glass screen protector will keep the screen together until the owner can get it replaced, saving them from having to risk cutting themselves.
Using an aftermarket charger
Even though they are inexpensive, aftermarket chargers can harm property due to fire. When the phone has finished charging, Apple chargers are made to cut the power; AMCs are not.
Not having a phone case
A phone’s coat of arms is its cover. The likelihood that the phone will survive a drop is increased by the quality of the case. Also offered are several amazing cases.
A phone with a case is also considerably more likely to survive than to be dropped. Some people still feel the need to put their phones in their pockets or leave them unattended in a space with young children. That phone might avoid the repair shop if it had a strong case.
Not having a hands-free device for the car
A hands-free gadget poses a risk to both the driver and the cars around them. In order to drive and view the road, the motorist requires both hands and eyes, which is impossible if his eyes are glued to the screen. We can confirm that being distracted by a cell phone during an accident is grounds for a “distracted driving” ticket, despite the claims that a person may drive three football fields in the time it takes them to read one text.
Leaving the cellphone in heat
When it comes to heat, a cellphone is more sensitive than a young dog. Even a brief period of time in the car during the sweltering summer can severely harm a cellphone. Other offenders include placing your phone under your pillow or blankets while it is charging and exposure to direct sunlight.
Using the phone in the bathroom
Using a phone in the bathroom is, well, gross, especially because standard rubbing alcohol shouldn’t be used on the oleophobic coated screen. Bathrooms are also the scene of many water damage events.
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