New iPhone Xs DROP Test!! – I was wrong…



Lets Drop Test the New iPhone Xs. HUGE Thanks to LastPass for sponsoring this video! Click here to start using LastPass now:
Ever since Apple introduced the iPhone X and iPhone 8 with ‘the most durable glass ever on a smartphone’ ive been pretty skeptical. Especially after last years drop test when the phones broke after falling just a few feet. Has Apple changed anything with the new iPhone Xs? Is the glass somehow more durable? The only way to find out is with a drop test. On my channel, I like to keep things pretty standard and realistic. These iPhone Xs drop tests will be performed from ‘normal’ heights, like knee, waist, and ear height. Which is where the majority of accidental falls will happen.

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42 Replies to “New iPhone Xs DROP Test!! – I was wrong…”

  1. Aman Rawat

    Hlo mam i requested plzz mam send me iphone 6 not a x plzz mam my dream was iphone 6 plzz mam If you are very rich then what difference do you make? Plzz ma send me iphone 6 plzz mam Please connect me with this hand. Please send me an iPhone 6 and send it to this address. My address was gurbax nagar nava kot Amritsar india i requested again plzz send me iphone 6 🙏🙏🙏🙏

  2. skins4thewin

    I have not once bought insurance for a phone and that's because I ALWAYS buy a case for my phone immediately after getting it, and doing this has never failed me. I have never had to replace a phone from it breaking, not once. You really should never have to waste your money on insurance if you get a good case. You should ALWAYS ALWAYS ALWAYS have a case for your phone, unless you're stupid and like wasting money on insurance or new phones all the time.

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