iPhone 8 Durability Test - BEND TEST - Glass Scratch Video! Popular on...
Can the iPhone 8 survive the JerryRigEverything Durability tests?! Will the new glass design change of the iPhone 8 mess with the structural integrity of the phone? Doing a bend test of the iPhone 8 is the only way to find out. I have done over 75 smartphone durability tests, and the iPhone 8 is the next one on my list. Apple has said that the glass on their new smartphone is the most durable smartphone glass ever. Will that correlate to a higher rating on the Mohs Hardness Scale? There is only one way to find out and that is with the JerryRigEverything durability test. My tests are the best way to find out if your iPhone 8 will last for the next 2-3 years in your pocket.
Would you buy this new Glass Back iPhone 8? or would you wait for the iPhone x?
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