We are in the trial period i phoneand after seeing the battery tests, let’s check the battery tests resistance. We are dealing with a drop test like the book, which tells us if it’s just hype with that “Ceramic Shield”, or something more. We have a total of two relevant tests below, filmed.
With the iPhone 12, Apple released the so-called “Ceramic shield“, a new type of protective glass, which is born in response to Gorilla Glass Victus. The Cupertino company promises 4 times greater resistance to escape on foot. The secret is a set of nanoceramic crystals, stronger than most metals This protection is only in the front, not in the back The glass used in the back is unknown and did not perform well in the strength test.
The strength of the front area of the iPhone 12 is also aided by the fact that the glass is perfectly aligned with the frame, and the metal absorbs from the impact. By the way, we have aluminum bezels on the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Mini, and the iPhone 12 Pro and Pro Max have steel bezels. In the YouTuber PhoneBuff test we first have a leak on the back and the iPhone 12 has a badly cracked glass. iPhone 12 Pro survived without major damage. When we flee to the corner, we have more damage to the iPhone 12 Pro, above, being visible on the steel frame.
There are scratches and chips on both models. When he escapes to the screen, he escapes unharmed, so Apple keeps its promise of tougher protection. After 5 leaks nothing changes on the front, but the back of the iPhone 12 looked worse. And after 10 leaks the screens of the iPhone 12 and 12 Pro continue to be intact, the result is incredible. I find it interesting that we have a stronger back on the iPhone 12 Pro.
Bonus: EverythingApplePro projects phones from high altitudes and folds the frame.
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