1. happyjacked's Avatar
    I ask this question because I am a butcher. I work in an area that is about 45 degrees. I keep my phone in my pocket, so it shouldn't get that cold. I usually go outside on my breaks to warm up though. Inevitably I play with my phone when I go outside and return it to my pocket when I go back inside. Can temp changes cause any damage? Thanks.

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    04-29-10 08:53 AM
  2. leftyman#CB's Avatar
    Im just guessing here but I would think condensation might become an issue.
    04-29-10 09:21 AM
  3. Reed McLay's Avatar
    There are no worries about the temperature changes. Consumer grade electronics are spec'ed to:

    -40 --> +85 deg C / -40 --> + 185 F

    However, there is a concern about condensation. If your warm side humidity is too high and the temperature of the device is low enough (<32F), you could experience condensation. That is not a safe conditon to operate any electronic device.
    04-29-10 09:38 AM