survey: January 2012 Archives

275x250.jpg 42 percent of all iPhones currently in use in the UK are being used with a broken or cracked screen, it has been found.

A recent study found not all iPhones are kept in their original condition and that 57% have had a cracked screen at some point.

Phone owners who continued to use a broken iPhone handset said it was because the handset ‘worked fine’ despite the broken/ cracked screen or that they didn’t want to ‘claim on insurance’ for the break.

Of those that had broken the screen on an iPhone handset at some point in the past, over a quarter, 27% had done so after owning the handset for less than one month.

In contrast, the majority had broken/ cracked their handset having owned it for just 1-3 months.

January is the month we tell the most lies

275x250.jpg We tell more lies in January than at any other time of the year, it has emerged.
Fibbing about New Year resolutions, exaggerating how we are doing on diets or detox means we each wheel out 217 fibs in January.
Lying to take sickies off work as the grim winter takes hold is also a regular occurrence and and four out of ten of us will make up excuses to get out of socialising.

Money is one of the top things that Brits were likely to lie about with many admitting to hiding how much they spent over Christmas and how much debt there was on the credit card.
But despite this, nearly half of those surveyed say they regularly get caught out because they are so bad at lying.

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