Customize your phone with dbrand HERE: Get a new looking phone and save yourself a few hundred dollars with a skin. Its time to durability test the New iPhone XR. Did Apple do anything new this time around? Not really. Do we still need to check the build? Yes we do. Apple has released a ‘budget’ (lol) version of their iPhone X series. This iPhone Xr is made from aluminum and glass, and has a display from 5 years ago.
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Is the cheaper iPhone Xr weaker than its more expensive counterparts? The only way to find out is with the standardized durability test from JerryRigEverything. The scratch test reveals not only what the screen is made from, but also the metal body of the phone. Apple once again has not upgraded their sapphire. It is still the impure scratchable stuff they put on their watch and camera lenses.
Basically… when you buy the iphone Xr, you buy it for the color.
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