New Durability Test Video Shows How Tough The iPhone 8 Is

We all know very well that the iPhone 8, from the tech giant Apple, is being considered as one of the fastest smartphones today. However, recently, a new durability test video appeared which shows that how tough the new iPhone 8 is.

The iPhone 8, from the tech giant Apple, is being considered as one of the fastest smartphones today. This new model follows the lines of its predecessor, the iPhone 7, but at the design, the level is a clear inspiration in the old iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S with a metal body and rear glass.
Is the iPhone 8 really sturdy as Apple says?

JerryRigEverything, a well-known Youtuber, received the new iPhone 8 and as is common, the first thing he did was put it to the test in terms of endurance. Youtuber used a specific set of tools to do the “endurance test.”

According to the tech giant Apple, the glass that is part of the new iPhones is the toughest ever placed on a smartphone. But is it really so?

Let’s see the test result in the video below:-

Screen – At the screen level, as you can see from the video, it only shows significant marks from level 6 which means that it uses tempered glass. The same result was achieved with the iPhone 7 and also with the recent Note 8. JerryRigEverything recommends, however, users should use a protective film and thus protect from objects like coins, keys, etc.

Home button: The Home button was not damaged in the scraping test.
Cameras: Regarding the camera, after the scratch test, there were some “slight” marks.
iPhone 8 body: The metal body of the iPhone was also put to the test and the marks are evident.
Heat test: To perform the heat test a lighter was used for 10 seconds. Although some pixels get “black”, they recover after a few seconds.

Finally, in the popular test to see if the iPhone 8 doubles, the result is simply excellent. In general terms the iPhone 8 is a very tough device having overcome the demanding test, meeting what the tech giant Apple had informed.
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