1. billyboydoy's Avatar
    I haven't search a lot but there may be similar topic somewhere out there.
    Anyway ,
    Have you ever observed witch part of your iPhones display are you using most ?
    I mean , imagine your display in 2 parts , upper and lower part .
    Me personally using the lower part more.
    I am just wondering : by using one part of the display more doesn't this part take more force and by the time past the upper side will somehow get diss attached from the phones body part ?
    I am just wondering .

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    07-18-2014 04:05 AM
  2. Speedygi's Avatar
    I haven't search a lot but there may be similar topic somewhere out there.
    Anyway ,
    Have you ever observed witch part of your iPhones display are you using most ?
    I mean , imagine your display in 2 parts , upper and lower part .
    Me personally using the lower part more.
    I am just wondering : by using one part of the display more doesn't this part take more force and by the time past the upper side will somehow get diss attached from the phones body part ?
    I am just wondering .

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    Erm, not that I know of, but what's your point exactly?
    07-18-2014 04:06 AM
  3. billyboydoy's Avatar
    My point is : by using one part witch is the lower one in this case more than upper one unintentionally you put more pressure on that part of the display right ?
    By time past , the upper part can slide up and somehow get just a little dis attached from the body.
    That's my observation on my unit anyway.
    I am not assuming that it would be the same for everyone ok.
    As far as I know , majority of users are using the phone in vertical position.


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    07-18-2014 04:12 AM
  4. agalaria's Avatar
    I get your point. Its nothing to do with the device. Its human mentality. Its always like that if we do something more then we want to do opposite of that also to make it equal (thinking ill spoil one of them). Its difficult to explain. Nothing worry, its just in the mind.
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    07-18-2014 05:14 AM
  5. kataran's Avatar
    Obviously the bottom half will always get used the most unless you don't use your keyboard at all

    But I don't see it effecting the device at all unless you use a hammer to type with
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    07-18-2014 09:25 AM
  6. billyboydoy's Avatar
    Obviously the bottom half will always get used the most unless you don't use your keyboard at all

    But I don't see it effecting the device at all unless you use a hammer to type with


    A simple law of physic.
    No needs of a hammer .
    Force is identify by quantity not quality .

    Please Participate: Which part of your iPhone's display do you use most?-imageuploadedbyimore-forums1405692404.614129.jpg


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    Last edited by billyboydoy; 07-18-2014 at 10:28 AM.
    07-18-2014 10:06 AM
  7. kataran's Avatar
    That illustration would only apply if the iPhone had a pivot point which it doesn't and force must be factored in so that's why I Qed in the hammer
    07-18-2014 11:07 AM
  8. billyboydoy's Avatar
    That illustration would only apply if the iPhone had a pivot point which it doesn't and force must be factored in so that's why I Qed in the hammer
    got it.


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    07-18-2014 11:44 AM
  9. kb1234's Avatar
    Definitely the bottom part more because of the keyboard


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    07-18-2014 12:27 PM
  10. AlexJ92's Avatar
    Same here the lower half of the screen


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    07-18-2014 04:04 PM
  11. Just_Me_D's Avatar
    I use apps that are all over my display's home screen and I use both the notification bar at the top and the control center at the bottom somewhat equally. Having said that, I suppose I have to give the edge to the bottom being that I have iMessage, Phone, Mail and Safari on the Phone's dock.
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    07-18-2014 04:51 PM

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