A new study suggests couples are choosing to iPad surf rather than cuddle after having sex.
Logitech recruited researchers from Wakefield Research to interview over 2,000 single adults ages 18 and over in the U.S., U.K, Germany and France.
Researchers found that 74 percent of adults approve of iPad activity after being intimate with someone.
Only 43 percent of Americans said they would find the habit annoying and break up with their partner. Thirty-seven percent of American responders admitted that they would rather spend the “morning after” with their iPads than with their late-night partner.
Overall, study results showed that 93 percent of survey participants use their tablets in bed. Twenty-seven percent of responders admitted that they’ve caused damage to a tablet or smartphone while engaging in sexual behavior.