The latest news speculates that the new iPhone 4, released late June 2010, has a glass printer that is likely to crash. According to Apple, the new iPhone 4 screen is made of a more durable glass than ever before. The glass is called aluminum silicate glass, which is also used in helicopter windscreens and high speed trains. They also claim that this glass is 20 times harder and 30 times harder than plastic. This was a clever move by Apple as millions of consumers broke the iPhone 2G, 3G and 3GS screens. In addition, the back of the iPhone is glass, and it is even more important than ever to get the new iPhone with a more durable glass.
An online repair company has recently conducted some tests with a self-sketched iPhone 4 and dropped it several times that this glass is less or less prone to break than previous models. After a drop of 2 and 3 meters there was no damage on the screen. The third drop completely distorted the glass at the front of the screen, making such a tool absolutely useless.
Before trying to require Apple with a lower product, there are a few things to consider.
first Apple has not yet disclosed the iPhone 4. This tester is potentially a knock-on version of the iPhone 4 that is made with components and glasses that will not be used by the actual model released at the end of June.
2nd How does this test compare to other iPhones and similar mobile phone models? Three consecutive 3.5-meter drops are not exactly realistic. Plus, if the same test is performed on other models, are they paused after the first or second drop? If so, then this bottle is more durable.
3rd The test of the iPhone 4 was demolished and without the internal parts retaining the device and being solid and firm, the results would probably be inclined to the broken screen.
But what if the tests are accurate? Consumers everywhere are outraged by the weakness of such an expensive asset. It is commonly known that Apple's warranty does not cover broken glass. In addition, as the glass and the front glass cover, twice as many glasses are twice as many breaks as twice as unlucky consumers. However, we would be happy to assume that Apple has not tested the fragility of the new glass without a number of tests, but history has shown us that in the past we have placed glossy glass products that have been interrupted.
Consumers would be smart to wait a few weeks after iPhone 4 release. In addition to missing all the long lines that are waiting for Apple stores and AT & T stores nationwide, they will see what's happening on everyone else's screen. At this time and only then we all know whether this test was a mistake or not.