The Apple iPhone XS and XS Max has only just gone on sale, and it’s already slipping out of people’s hands and hitting the floor. The two new iPhones are said to be more durable than last year’s iPhone X, thanks to stronger glass at the front and back of the phone. But, like all phones, the Apple iPhones aren’t built to take too much damage. A new YouTube video puts the new iPhone XS and XS Max to the test, along with last year’s Apple iPhone X. Also Read - Apple releases important iOS 14.7.1 update: iPhone users must download it right nowAlso Read - iPhone SE gets cheaper on Flipkart only for today: Get over Rs 11,000 flat discount
YouTuber TechSmartt has carried out the drop test, soon after buying the new phones in Sydney, Australia. The drop test involves dropping the three phones from three different heights: pocket height (about three feet), head height (about six feet) and while standing on a bench (about ten feet). The level of damage varied heavily based on how the phones fell, but it does appear that the iPhone XS and XS Max are more durable than the Apple iPhone X. Also Read - Apple Watch SE GPS for Rs 24,900 until tonight: How to quickly avail this deal
In the test, all three phones come out safely after the three-foot drop. The iPhone X takes significant damage to the screen and glass when dropped from the six -foot and ten-foot heights, with much of it being the result of a drop on its corner. The iPhone XS survives all three drops with no significant damage aside from some scuffs, while the iPhone XS Max suffers significant screen damage and screen glitches from the ten-foot drop. However, the YouTuber does mention that it is the result of the phone falling on its corner.
Nonetheless, the key takeaway from this is that the iPhone XS and XS Max are built to be more durable than the iPhone X, but like most smartphones today, aren’t invincible. And while the video is particularly painful to watch for any smartphone lover, it does show some positive results for Apple with regard to its latest (and most expensive ever) devices. And considering you’ve likely paid Rs 1,00,000 or more for one of the new iPhones, we suggest you exercise extreme caution with your new purchase and try very hard not to drop it.