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SquareTrade Says iPhone X is the 'Most Breakable iPhone' Ever [Video]

SquareTrade Says iPhone X is the 'Most Breakable iPhone' Ever [Video]

Posted November 6, 2017 at 3:01pm by iClarified · 16299 views
After putting the iPhone X through its durability tests, SquareTrade Labs says it's the most breakable, highest priced, most expensive to repair iPhone, ever.

The iPhone X is the most expensive iPhone ever. Is it also the most breakable? SquareTrade Labs finds out.

Take a look at the video below...

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That's because...
That's because... - November 8, 2017 at 12:10pm
Being one I'm sure you don't ;)
4 leaf clover
4 leaf clover - November 7, 2017 at 4:52am
Of course it breaks it makes 100"s of millions from repairs.
D4xM4Nx - November 6, 2017 at 3:40pm
Cool story, bro... these guys being an insurance company, they'd want you to have your iPhone X insured (with them). You all wanna see a legit, real-world tests? Look EverythingApplePro up at YouTube, the guy tried a number of drops and no apparent physical damage (Face ID became unavailable.) Bottom line? The iPhone X is a seriously expensive device, do what you can to keep it safe. Don't let fear dissuade ya from ordering it :)
1maxuk - November 6, 2017 at 3:53pm
Very informative words. Thanks.
Juan Perez
Juan Perez - November 6, 2017 at 5:25pm
Based on my assessment, you are correct about the video posted here. This company being a phone insurer will try to depict a scenario where the phone is more likely to break. In EverythingApplePro he was using a polished concrete surface, and in the above it is a sidewalk setting. The minerals in the concrete are not fully exposed so the durability on polished concrete is more tangible than on the side walk. A sidewalk has a mix of minerals which can easily cause abrasions and lesions on a sapphire screen - such as the iPhone's. Once the micro-abrasions the likelihood of compromising the surface is greater. The lesson here is, if you are outside a lot, the likelihood of breaking it are a lot higher than if you were to be a person who spends most of their time inside a facility with polished, leveled flooring.
hfnva - November 6, 2017 at 6:11pm
valid points. But I still think making a 6 foot drop is not a normal drop. I would have like them to show tests from 3 feet and gradual 1 foot increase. I still think ST makes sure that they get the worst possible result so they scare people into buying insurance. Don't take me wrong as I have done so on my last 2 devices. From my own experience the highest drop that happened to me was no more than 4 feet and one of them was on tile
Pauliep - November 7, 2017 at 5:23am
You sir who call yourself "Me" is the only loser, racist, discriminatory, pathetic excuse for someone's son. All you do is try to get under people's skin and it's truly sad. I wish you a better life but then again, I always understand and give leeway to those with special needs which you clearly have. Cheers Bucko!
Lea - November 8, 2017 at 2:01am
8 year old comes to mind
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