iPhone X Durability Test – Scratch BURN and Bend TESTED!
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Its time to durability test the iPhone X to check its build quality. Will those antenna lines on the side of the phone be a weak point like they were with the Pixel 2? Has apple upgraded their sapphire? Does the emoji machine even work? All of the important questions, and non important questions will be answered in this durability video for the iPhone X.
Would you buy an iPhone X? Apple claims to have the most durable glass ever in a smartphone… but glass is still glass, and gravity is still gravity.
iPhone X Teardown: https://youtu.be/c97ILI7Tsk4
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