Smartphone is one of the dirtiest things in daily life, even many statistics show that the number of bacteria on the screen surface is more than the toilet. In fact, it is not difficult to understand, especially when we let smartphones expose a lot of objects, including human hands to drive worrying bacteria.
Bacteria is one thing, what about dirt and rubbish? Recently, a small trend has emerged in the international network community when iPhone users try each other to check the slots, so that they all get the same results: A small "mountain" of feathers, dust, and many other objects clinging to the clumps were pulled out.
The above is a photo of two members on the Reddit forum sharing the results after a few minutes of their meticulous jokes. It can be seen that inside their charging slots are full of clumps of dust, specifically formed by what and where it came from, no one knows. This situation is actually quite popular among long-time smartphone users, not just the iPhone accidentally in common in the above photos.
With the habit of putting the smartphone in the pocket, it is really the ideal environment for the cloth debris to get inside the slot, sticking there because of the suction charge, it is difficult to fly back and forth. Not to mention dozens of daily dust contacts that the naked eye does not recognize, they also easily get inside and lump into clumps after a long time.
No separate charging port, headphone slot is also the same victim. If the level of clogging inside these slots becomes thicker than normal, the smartphone functions will be affected no less: No charging, lower electrical impulse, headphones not receiving or continuous reporting. The headphone signal is plugged (due to dust debris filling the plug port causing the machine to misunderstand).
If too much dust fills the slot, the iPhone will mistakenly recognize it as if it has a real headset, only the volume notification for the headset will be displayed and will not allow the speaker to be played.
Normally, 6 months is the ideal time and recommended to check the hygiene inside the plug ports. The use of regular bamboo sticks or tweezers at home is not an incentive option, since the operation may be unfamiliar, resulting in a broken or sometimes broken toothpick and being stuck inside. Therefore, the best measure is to provide warranty and repair facilities with accessories, suitable for internal sanitation needs.