Apple has released the new iPhone Xs flagships. Its time to durability test the larger of the new iPhones, the Apple iPhone Xs Max. The biggest screen ever made into a iPhone. Lets see how durable it is! Maybe that extra surface area has made the iPhone Xs Max weaker than the previous version. The only way to find out is with a JerryRigEverything Durability Test.
We’ll start with Apples little dongle problem, and why they stopped including the headphone jack adapter in the box this year. The answer might surprise you. We’ll continue along with the scratch test, Scratching the screen of Apples new iPhone XS Max; the biggest screen on an iPhone ever. Then we’ll check the different surfaces with my scientifically calibrated…. razor blade. You know how it is.
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