Almost half of those surveyed said that if their mobile phone died they would only be able to remember three phone numbers - and more than 70% said they would give up having pudding after a meal in order to have a fully charged smartphone for a month.
Kevin Malinowski, a spokesman for mophie, said:
Millions of people rely on their smartphones daily to stay in touch with loved ones and do work on the move.
But all of these activities hinge on a single factor: having enough juice to keep the phones running.
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