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CNET 26 Oct 2020

iPhone 12 drop and scratch test

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Is this the most durable iPhone ever? We dropped the new iPhone 12 multiple times from 9 feet and scraped the glass on sandpaper to find out.

0:00 Introduction
1:20 Purse Test
2:42 Tile Test
4:59 Sandpaper Test
7:05 Drop #1
9:09 Drop #2
10:24 Drop #3
11:48 Drop #4
13:41 Final Thoughts


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