Oh this is so common. I get it too. It comes from an expectation that what we have will work and work well. It's technology, right? We have it because it's supposed to make life quicker and easier and then it lets us down, usually at a critical moment when we don't have time to sort it out or take a deep breath and let it go.
The important thing is to learn NOT to take a hammer to your phone, or hurl your laptop out of the window. That's costly and unproductive and it doesn't solve your problem. So that's the thin red line. Have your moment. Go red in the face, threaten it with all sorts of disaster, but don't do it.
Suspect you are in US, but there's an old and very funny episode of a famous TV series in UK called Fawlty Towers, in which the lead character's car lets him down at a critical moment. And he grabs a nearby branch, shouts at the car, saying he's warned it before, but that now he's going to give it a 'damned good thrashing'. And beats the car with the branch. Of course, it doesn't make the car go, but I guess it makes him feel better.