Despite the fact that during the presentation Apple claimed that the new iPhone has the most stable protective glass, and recent drop tests have allegedly confirmed, the blogger JerryRigEverything showed that there is practically no change.
During testing, the guy used a classic set of coreers of different hardness.
The protective glass of the iPhone XS Max display begins to scratch at a hardness of 6 units on the Mohs scale.
Another interesting point. Despite the fact that Apple claims that it has installed a sapphire crystal to protect the camera, it is easily scratched by a punch with a hardness of 6 units.
It turns out that the company is deceiving. Swiss Tissot watches remain undamaged until the use of a punch with the number 8. With the iPhone XS the situation is similar.
Full video testing is available on the JerryRigEverything channel .