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

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

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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...

That's because... - November 8, 2017 at 12:10pm
Being one I'm sure you don't ;)
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 - 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.
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