iPhone X Durability Test – Scratch BURN and Bend TESTED!

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Its time to durability test the iPhone X to check its build quality. Will those antenna lines on the side of the phone be a weak point like they were with the Pixel 2? Has apple upgraded their sapphire? Does the emoji machine even work? All of the important questions, and non important questions will be answered in this durability video for the iPhone X.

Would you buy an iPhone X? Apple claims to have the most durable glass ever in a smartphone… but glass is still glass, and gravity is still gravity.

iPhone X Teardown:

Fix your iPhone yourself with repair guides and parts from iFixit!:

Current iPhone X Pricing on Amazon:

Awesome iPhone Tool Kit:
Green Pry tool:
Metal phone opening tool:

The camera I used to film this video:
Wide angle lens:
And this Metabones adapter:
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49 Replies to “iPhone X Durability Test – Scratch BURN and Bend TESTED!”

  1. Connor Clifton

    "It was interesting to see that both Google and Apple are using beach pictures for their stock background. I kept half expecting Apple's to move as well, but they'll probably invent that next year." 1:16

    That's gold XD, I'm dying.

  2. Alex Mason

    I have to pay $350 plus tax to fix my Samsung Galaxy screen which is 1 year old so Samsung isn't cheap either. The back panels might be cheap if you do it yourself but not the screen plus LCD even if you buy a aftermarket it's 300 plus dollars

  3. Lee Min Ho

    Hi could i get help my Iphone X keeps on restarting i tried restore but it still keeps on restarting it sometimes freezes the screen you have to hard reset in order to make the phone restart if u try holding the power button it dosent do anything could i ask if whats the problem i tried bringing it at the apple store they said i need 800$ to repair my phone i think its a little bit overpriced for me

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