A broken cell phone screen may not seem like a big concern at first, but it may quickly become a major problem. A cracked touchscreen might not only obscure vision, but it can also expose the phone to severe internal harm. While a sharp drop may leave the screen intact for the time being, repeated impacts undermine the glass’s integrity and cause internal damage. In the most extreme circumstances, a damaged screen might result in minor injuries to the hand or face.
Scrapes and Cuts
Let’s begin by talking about the potential harm you could do to your hands or face. Broken phone screen can easily slice open a finger or two unless you have particularly robust skin. Small glass splinters may fall off and harm your skin as you run your finger across the screen cracks.
Furthermore, the same glass shards could shatter and split from the screen, ending up in your pocket, handbag, or school bag. This is a major safety concern.
The inability to view what’s going on on your screen has already been noted. You may easily waste the entirety of your time scrolling ever so slightly to read an entire page. It can be aggravating to try to navigate around the gaps and fissures.
Furthermore, many phones that claim to be water-resistant may no longer be so. Shorting out or destroying your phone by submerging it in water or dropping it in a puddle with a cracked screen is a risk. You shouldn’t even use a damp cloth to clean your cracked screen any longer. You’ll have to be more cautious and protective in general.
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