When you're using your phone in public and doing a Google search, texting a friend a very personal message or watching a TV show, do you ever feel like you're being watched? Let's say you're on an airplane and your neighbor could easily eavesdrop on what you're doing on your phone due to the close proximity.
Or, have you ever found yourself looking at someone else's phone when they're texting or scrolling through their Facebook feed? You know who you are, be honest now.
Well, what if there were a way you could obtain the utmost privacy when using your phone the next time you're in public? We're talking about the "ghost phone."
In Diyarbakir, Turkey, a 40-year-old phone store manager named Celal Göger created this innovation after he was travelling around Istanbul using their public transit.
Realizing people were watching what he was doing on his phone, he became very annoyed and was determined to come up with a solution.