Depending on where you live, you may need to clutch your smartphone a little tighter.
Ironically, based on data from gadget-insurance company Protect Your Bubble, the City of Brotherly Love topped the “The Worst Cities for Smartphone Loss & Theft” list. Philadelphia was followed by Seattle, Oakland, Long Beach and Newark.
Cell phone theft makes up 30 to 40% of all robberies nationwide, according to the Federal Communications Commission. Â The company revealed 113 smartphones are lost or stolen every minute in the United States.
Project Your Bubble compiled their findings into a cool infographic. The list also disclosed where smartphone users are most likely to lose their phones, and fast food restaurants take the top spot.
Check out the infographic below: