When phones relied on a push-button approach, the touch screen was not a problem. However, along with the introduction of lithium-ion batteries, the mobile phone world was changed forever. Using a touchscreen meant that the phone could become thinner and less bulky. The smaller batteries also helped. Touch phone screen technology means that you don’t need any buttons. Instead, there are moves to reintroduce push buttons phones, some people prefer this option, but for now, if you’re looking for a new phone, Vodafone Mullingar at King Communications is one of the many places you can find one that fits.
The real issue is when the screen breaks or cracks. It means that the phone’s responsiveness is so reduced you can’t use it. Repairing cracks and phone screens are so expensive it becomes more cost-effective to just get a whole new phone. Environmentally this is not a great option. The other downside is that if you wear gloves, the screen does not register it.
The best thing to do is buy a phone case cover to protect the phone as much as possible. There are also protective screens that can be replaced to protect the screen. In this day and age, we should all be looking at ways and technology that allows us to use something up until the very end of its life. A make do and mend attitude should apply to our personal devices as it is to everything else.