IPhone X Is the 'Most Breakable Ever' According to Test

Alyssa Bailey
November 7, 2017

(NASDAQ:AAPL) investors: Reviews for the iPhone X started hitting last Friday and they were largely positive.

Nelson found that the iPhone X was just as scratch resistant as many flagship phones.

SquareTrade, the insurance company which carried out the tests, dropped several iPhone Xs from six feet.

Apple has published a new support document for the iPhone X that explains some of the benefits and risks associated with its new Super Retina display.

The new iPhone X has been branded as the "most breakable, highest-priced, most expensive to fix iPhone ever" by a smartphone insurance company after performing a series of drop tests on Apple's $999 handset.

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"SquareTrade apparently conducted the test because it questions Apple's claim that it has "the most durable glass ever in a smartphone" and asks if "$549 for most repairs" is "worth the risk?" It emerged with more cracks erupting across both sides of the device. A second drop test is done on the front side of the phone extracted much more heavy damage to the handset. On the first face-down drop, the firm saw the glass front shatter, the display become unresponsive, and Face ID stopped working. When the phone was dropped from the same height from the back panel, it caused complete damage to the back glass panel.

Dunk Test: The iPhone X faired similar to the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus models, surviving 30 minutes under five feet of water with some audio muffling during playback. Although the screen was able to recognize touch through cracks suffered during the test, the "home" swipe command failed, stranding users in the app that happened to be open.

It may cost a fortune, but there's no denying that the iPhone X is jaw-droppingly pretty.

Another pricey choice was the stainless steel chassis of the iPhone X, which cost $36 versus $21.50 for the aluminum housing of the iPhone 8.

Along with being "the most breakable", it was also ruled as the "highest-priced, most expensive to fix iPhone ever". This is aimed at potential iPhone buyers and in it, Apple lays out the known issues with OLED technology, along with best practices to avoid problems.

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