Provided that you don't smash it to bits on a night out, that is
Let’s face it, very few of us can actually say that we’ve only ever had one iPhone.
Whether it’s dropping it down the loo and drowning the battery, face down on concrete so that it smashes into smithereens, or filling its memory to the point that it can no longer function properly, losing an iPhone to the perils of day to day life is something that happens to the best of us.
What’s more, we’re so glued to our iPhones that it really doesn’t take long for its battery life to dwindle away – and these are the 10 apps that are killing your battery the most.
It’s safe to say that a two year contract is long enough for most of us.
But if you’ve ever wondered how long your iPhone is *supposed* to last you, look no further, as Apple have cleared things up for us under a section of their website.
Under the section ‘Environment‘, they have written: ‘Years of use, which are based on first owners, are assumed to be for four years for OS X and tvOS devices and three years for iOS and watchOS devices.’
So in other words, your brand new iPhone should last you until about a year after your 24 month contract finishes.
Although, if we’re being realistic, you’ll probably have broken it somehow before then.