Nowadays, it is hardly possible to think of your everyday life without owning a smartphone as we use it so much every single day. We take pictures with it, make appointments, play games, and so much more - the list goes on and on. Since our smartphones are so very important to us we need to make sure to protect them in the best possible way. For this reason, most of us use a phone case. However, it is possible that your case loses its original color or becomes discolored due to normal wear and tear. Read on and find out how to clean your phone case correctly, so that it looks brand new again!
2016 has been packed with memorable and innovative smartphones. The Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge, the iPhone SE, the LG G5 and the HTC 10 round off the main smartphone releases so far in 2016 and each of these smartphones have definitely opened eyes in their respective market. While the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge are seen as the Android smartphone to beat so far, the recently released HTC 10 has definitely made an impact on the smartphone market, despite the HTC One M9 being somewhat of a disappointment.
So what exactly has changed on the new device and what can you expect from it? Read below and find out more!
Ever since you were a child, you’ve been told that everything you touch has germs on it. From the pole grips on the subway to stairway handles, it’s guaranteed that you will get someone’s or something’s germs on your hands. Strangely enough, we never think about just how dirty our smartphone is. We use it everyday and everywhere; at work, at school, on the train, on the toilet, and yet we never consider the fact that the things we touch on a daily basis make our smartphone almost as dirty as any object in a public place.
A recent study from London has shown that roughly 1 out of every 6 smartphones has some type of fecal matter on it, probably from the use of your smartphone in the toilet. In addition, the average smartphone contains almost 18 times as many germs as any normal flush handle in the bathroom. And roughly 80 percent of anything we touch during the day can be found on our smartphone screens. So how does our smartphone get this dirty and what is the best possible way to disinfect them?