For Rolf Auer, Managing Director of Nuremberg SME business, its Smartphone is much more than an umbilical cord to the circle of friends or a means of entertainment.
A new study from England looks depending on the Smartphone to befall even a new widespread disease of modern humankind. Then, over 60 percent of users should literally get anxiety with palpitations if your technical companion lost comes to them. A study of the provider O2 seems to show an increase of “Cellphone junkies”. In a survey among 2,000 people, one has determined that respondents daily around two hours deal with their smartphones. Most of the time, an average of 25 minutes accounted for browsing the Internet. This is followed by the social networks, music and games. Only in fifth place, phone comes with 12 minutes.
The “mobile phone doctor” Tzouneit Emin, who runs an eponymous repair shop in Gostenhof, has daily with customers to do that are completely solved, because its seemingly indispensable Smartphone gave up his spirit. Most cell phone companies have no on-site service. Awkward, broken equipment must be sent. Emin and his colleagues are often the last resort. The first question before the price: How fast can you do it? “The people feel cut off from the world without your mobile phone and access to Facebook and co.”, tells the technician. Only last week was a young customer, who said “If I have my phone not soon, I’m dying” tells enim. So bad it was not luck. The cell phone could be repaired…
At an online survey of Lookout, a provider of security apps, 58 percent of the participants stated at least once an hour to pull your phone out of your pocket. About half has been still in bed. Some people check their messages also in the divine service, on the toilet or in the restaurant.
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