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Published on August 23rd, 2016 | by admin

Survey: if Australians are so scared of losing their photos why aren’t they doing anything about it?

What happens when you really lose your smartphone? Given how sacred a smartphone can be for someone who spends time online, taking photos, listening to music, accessing files, and calling all their best friends, one could risk running through the 5 stages of grief – 1. Denial 2. Anger 3. Bargaining 4. Depression 5. Acceptance.

But there’s one thing that smartphone losers are more concerned about losing – photos. Research undertaken by Fat Mum Slim in association with storage solutions provider SanDisk surveying 1253 Australians – 98 percent of which were Apple users – has found that 80 percent of respondents are significantly concerned about losing their photos.

However the survey also revealed that 76.98% of respondents have seen a storage full message. It’s a typical situation, the message pops up on your screen, you cancel it for the 100th time. Further findings show 55 percent back up directly to a computer while a significant 9 percent don’t know how to back up their photos, videos or files.

So if Australians are so scared of losing their photos why aren’t they doing anything about this?

Many Australians are merely unaware of the simple solutions that can help to quickly transfer and back music, photos, videos and other favourite files. With the release of the SanDisk iXpand Flash Drive Australians now have the perfect companion for their iPhone and iPad with an easy solution to free up space, automatically back up files and play popular-format videos straight from the drive.


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