iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus Preliminary Results

28 Sep 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

New video claims to show iPhone 6S’s secret super power.

Every new smartphone is meant to be better than the last, but hardiness is often not included in that upgrade. While Apple has never publicly claimed that the iPhone 6S is waterproof, a new video shows that the phone could well be designed to survive an accidental drenching or even dunking in the loo, the cause of death for countless phones. The harder aluminium used in the new iPhone helps it survive drops on to its edges and back better than last year’s iPhone 6S, with fewer marks and deformations in the frame. Dropping it on to the screen still has a predictable effect, according to vlogger David Rahimi: Apple claims its X-ion glass screen is the hardest in the business, and while it will stand up to keys, knives, grit and sandpaper are not the iPhone 6S’s friend, according to vlogger JerryRigEverything: Samsung’s Galaxy S6 with its Corning Gorilla Glass 4 can apparently survive a Stanley knife blade, for comparison, but neither screen is a match for sandpaper or grit in the pocket.

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