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The back of the iPhone 11 Pro is not only resistant to scratches but “damaging” the objects that try to scratch [Video]

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Published on Oct 03, 2019

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The back of the iPhone 11 Pro is not only resistant to scratches but “damaging” the objects that try to scratch [Video]

After seeing the video of Altroconsumo, where the new iPhone 11 are subjected to 100 drop test from a distance of 80 cm, today we show you another test, really interesting that certifies the absolute quality of the materials chosen by Apple for the new smartphone.

The iPhone 11 Pro is a smartphone with the glass more resistant on the market. This is as stated by Apple during the presentation event. For those who don't know, on YouTube there is a channel called Jerry Rig Everything, where in fact, armed with blades of different hardness, we proceed with the scratch and scratch any smartphone to be presented.

In the video below, the iPhone 11 Pro behaves really in a wonderful way. The glass is actually more resistant to scratches compared to that of last year, but there is also a surprising newness that has not yet ever spoken to.

The back of the iPhone 11 Pro satin glass, it has a kind of texture that makes the matte effect, helps to create a sort of effect “whiteboard”. Basically, if we try to scratch the rear shell, and with coins, a nail and other sharp objects in common use, we will notice that it is not the phone to be damaged but they are just objects!

On the body of the phone in fact, you will see the rows that will give us immediately the impression of having corrupted the smartphone, however, simply wipe everything down with a finger to see that the glass will not have suffered minimum damage and, consequently, that the rows were given by the metal (maybe slightly oxidized) of the objects are “eroded” in contact with the texture present in the glass. It's very impressive.

Of course, the iPhone 11 Pro also responds well to "trial by fire" on the display, where not subjected to damage and Bend Tests, where the steel makes it almost impossible to bend.

The same test was also carried out on the cheaper iPhone 11. Here the materials are completely different, are aluminum instead of steel as regards the perimeter, and we know that aluminum in contact with a sharp object, you will damage more easily. For the rest, the glass resists equally well, the fire test has a result that is less satisfactory and the Bend Test is passed.

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