Smartphone usage is an at all-time high in most countries around the world, a statistic which is expected to keep growing.
Growing along with it is the populace’s dependency on smartphones, with most people living and working from that smartphones.
And according to Sachs Media Group’s latest survey, majority of women would rather give up sex than leave their trusted handphones. Conducted by Mason-Dixon Polling & Research, the study polled 1,000 participants across the U.S. and found that women ages 18 to 34 were more willing to give up things like caffeine and alcohol for a week before they’d relinquish their smartphones. But the men of this age group said no way. According to the report, sex was what they’d be least willing to give up — by as much as a factor of five.