iPhone X vs iPhone 8 plus during a drop test. Apple has claimed that their glass is the 'most durable glass ever in a smartphone'... and well... my last two drop tests have proved that to be completely false. Glass is glass.
iPhone 8 drop test round one: https://youtu.be/n2wJLnNJRHI
iPhone 8 drop test round two: https://youtu.be/3LqtO491Wzg
If you are curious about how durable the iPhone 8 plus is without a case, its time to watch the iPhone 8 plus drop test and see for yourself.
If the iPhone X is more your style, also known as the iPhone 10, Ill be dropping that alongside the iPhone 8 plus to see when one breaks sooner. The iPhone X does have the stainless steel sides, which will probably give it a durability advantage... But there is only one way to find out.
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