The Clumsiest Cities of 2016

What a year 2016 was. Leo finally got his Oscar win. Beyonce made Lemonade. We elected a new President. We mourned a gorilla. And people broke a lot of iPhones. We took a look at our 2016 data and compiled what we’re calling the Clumsiest Cities of 2016.

What could have contributed to the clumsiness? We took a crack at trying to figure that out (see what we did there?).

10.) San Diego: No shoes, no shirt, no problem? Wrong. No shirt = no pocket = broken phone.

9.) Atlanta: Maybe the residents of Atlanta had a premonition about the outcome of Super Bowl 2017, causing them to throw their precious iPhone in a fit of rage and sadness?

8.) Houston: Houston, in fact, does have a problem.

7.) Philadelphia: In West Philadelphia, they were born and raised, on the playground maybe, they spent most of their days? Chillin’ out maxin’ relaxin’ all cool, throwing their iPhones around after school?

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6.) Brooklyn: This one’s easy. They’ve been breaking iPhones before it was mainstream.

5.) Dallas: We figured it must be hard to hold onto your phone while holding on to a bull for eight seconds with one hand.

4.) Chicago: The Cubs finally won the World Series. Celebrations cause for chaos. Chaos causes for broken phones.

3.) San Francisco: All that fog must make it hard to see where you’re going. And there’s that curvy Lombard street. How would someone not break their phone there?

2.) New York: Concrete jungles aren’t too easy on the iPhones, we hear.

1.) Los Angeles: And coming in at the top of the list, everyone must have, literally, been in La La land, not paying attention to that coveted selfie-taking device.

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