July 15, 2010, 8:00 AM — Pity the lonely life of the iPhone addict.
Some addicts are mesmerized by an iPhone, their social skills fading away faster than an iPhone battery bar. Others take on demonic behavior, attacking any blogger foolish enough to criticize the church of Apple (AAPL) or its angelic leader, Steve Jobs.
Jobs says iPhone owners spend an average 30 minutes a day on their iPhone. But iPhone addicts probably spend hours, burning out their batteries in less than a year. Here are eight signs that you might have a little problem.
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