â€śI too have suffered great pain for what seems like an eternity,â€ť says Worcestershire man.
A man who has lived with a cracked iPhone screen for the last six months feels he can fully relate to the situation faced by the Syrian people.
â€śWhen I dropped my iPhone I saw it tumbling through the air in slow motion – I was helpless to do anything about it, much like how most Syrians must feel,â€ť said Davis Arundell, 31, from Bromsgrove in Worcestershire.
â€śThen when the screen cracked I felt a crack appear in my heart. I knew it was a wound that would not be healed quickly, or at least until my 24-month contract ended and I was entitled to an upgrade. When will the Syrian people be eligible for an upgrade?â€ť
Arundell says that every time he looks at his phone he is reminded of Syria.
â€śThe suffering I have endured in these months since the screen cracked has forged a close emotional bond with the Syrian people,â€ť said Arundell, a tear slowly running down his cheek. â€śThose poor, yet deeply noble people can for now only dream of lightning-fast 4G phone coverage.â€ť