Smartphones are only useful when they work properly. Since most users take them everywhere and use them for practically everything, they’re incredibly prone to misuse and damage.
For the most part, iPhone-killing accidents are unintentional, unexpected and unavoidable. But there are a variety of ways that you could be inadvertently destroying your iPhone. Or, at the very least, decreasing its lifespan.
For example, you might’ve heard that all chargers work the same, or that most smartphones are water-resistant, or that people no longer need screen protectors. There’s some truth to some of these statements, however, things are not as straightforward as they seem. And so we’ve taken the time to create a list of many common practices regarding iPhone usage, while also
But first, it’s always important to remember that iPhones were never “cheap.” They’ve become increasingly expensive, and so we should view these devices as investments. With that being said, users need to pay close attention to how they’re treating those investments and ensure they’re using best practices so that their iPhone holds maximum resale value.
Even if you don’t plan to sell your iPhone, keeping it in great shape and perfect working order can be achieved by adhering to a few of these simple rules.
Continue reading to learn about 7 ways you’re ruining your iPhone – we’ll also discuss preventive measures you can take to ensure that your iPhone runs well for as long as possible.