Worldwide security giant Lookout, has published the first ever lost phone survey. By analyzing t
More interesting data retrieved is:
- People in Manchester, England have the highest likelihood of losing their phone out of any other population in the world.
- In the U.S. people lose a smartphone about once a year.
- Phones are more often lost at night. Two-thirds of phone loss happens between the hours of 9 p.m. and 2 a.m. local time.
- During the week of Carnival (aka Mardi Gras), more phones were lost around the world than during your average parade-less, bead-less week.
The top ten cities where losing your phone is just an everyday thing:
4. Long Beach
9. New York
Bars in Silicon Valley should definitely be in the top ten. On a personal note, I lost a phone once. It was an LG Voyager and I loved it dearly. Have you ever lost your phone and never found it?