2023 Author: Gordon Kinson | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-26 08:36
Not much time has passed since the appearance of the flagship model iPhone 5s on store shelves, however, more than a dozen brand new smartphones have been broken in a wide variety of tests for strength, water resistance, scratch resistance, etc.
The iPhone 5s was shot with a rifle, shredded in a blender, thrown to the ground, etc. The current test is not particularly cruel - the smartphone was resisted: a car key, a kitchen knife and a hammer for laying paving slabs. Looking ahead, we note that this time the flagship survived, which made the author of the test happy a lot.
So, after very tangible blows with the key, a couple of small chips appeared on the smartphone's display, the back panel remained practically intact. The blows and friction with a kitchen knife were also not fatal for the iPhone 5s - the coating of the gadget withstood and he himself continued to keep quite a presentation. The blows of the rubber and wooden parts of the hammer on both sides also did not lead to the seemingly obvious result - the screen did not break, and the aluminum back panel did not bend at all.
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