Though touchscreens for mobile devices are made durable enough to resist everyday wear-tear, scratches and some shocks, still these large glass screens can’t withstand excessive force or smashes. Whether you have an android phone or an iPhone, you need to keep considerate about the rough use of your mobile screens in order to protect them from damage.
1. Use minimal force for touch
Nowadays iPhone screens or even android screens are sensitive enough to be maneuvered with very little force. You really don’t need to exert excessive force while maneuvering through your device. Moreover, don’t try to use illegitimate material over you’re your touch screen (use only finger or stylus for tablets).
2. “Old Tap” is long gone
Gone are the days for devices that require “Old Tap” when they stop working. Today’s mobile devices doesn’t respond to any of such “Old Taps” and so they should be avoided at all costs. If your screen stop responding permanently, visit an iPhone screen repair shop and they will fix it for you.
3. Avoid Sunlight
Though sunlight doesn’t possess an immediate threat to your mobile screen, a constant exposure for long hours with sunlight may ultimately damage the sensitivity of your device’s screen. So, better avoid constant and long hour’s exposure of your screen to sun. If you had damaged your screen’s sensitivity to sunlight, contact a mobile repair shop to fix the problem.
4. Avoid charges objects
Electrically charges devices can harm the functioning of your smartphone screen temporarily or permanently. A sudden flow of electricity near the device can also harm the screen’s sensitivity. So, avoid placing your mobile near charged object.
5. Be watchful while cleaning
Most of us are used to cleaning our device screens with full force – thinking they can’t harm the close screen. It’s a total myth and can surely damage your mobile screen permanently. While cleaning the screen make sure you use a clean and soft cloth and never try to use water or soap solution (it’s a wrath for your screen). Only use especial cleaning agents that are available in market.
If you do have your iPhone screen water damaged, visit your nearest iPhone screen repair shop for a diagnosis and repair.