So you thought spending $1,000 on an iPhone X was a good idea, huh? It certainly wasn’t for the poor folks who immediately shattered theirs.
Not that Apple didn’t warn them…
“The new iPhone is designed to be durable, but not indestructible, and goes through rigorous real world testing. iPhone X is made from the most durable glass ever in a smartphone with a 50 percent deeper strengthening layer using our dual ion-exchange process, further reinforced by an internal laser welded, steel and copper structure. And the surgical-grade stainless steel band that wraps around and reinforces iPhone X is a special Apple-designed alloy that is both durable and more pure. If anyone is concerned about dropping their iPhone and damaging it, we suggest using one of the many beautiful cases available to protect iPhone.”
Remember how on Wednesday we shared a story about how the iPhone X was rated the “most breakable phone ever” after being put through some drop tests? Here’s living proof for you.
Good thing there are cases out there that can help prevent this sort of thing, huh? Might want to purchase one if you own one before you have your own story to tell.