Smartphones do not like the cold
Saint Louis, MO
#1 Jan 3, 2014
That's right, cell phones, computers, or other electronics left in the cold can be damaged either by expansion/contraction of fluids/parts or by condensation when brought inside and powered on before reaching room temperature.
If you're nearby Southwest City and need help with any computer or cell/tablet repairs look us up. We'd be happy to help!
#2 Jan 4, 2014
It is Amazeing that our Advanced , Educated Wealthy Society puts all our TRUST & FAITH in a piece of imported battery operated electronic plastic .One sneeze and the REAL WORLD BITES US .
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