Remember the bendgate issue experienced by a lot of iPhone 6 Plus users last year? The device was made by series 6000 aluminum and was supposed to be strong. Apple itself had reported that the problem was very rare and had also stated that the next iPhone would be made out of stronger materials to tackle the issue. So now that the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus has been launched, the series 7000 aluminum used in manufacturing the phone can be tested out. So if you were looking for torturous iPhone tests, here they come.
A new video has come up on the internet and is a compilation of several different tests carried out on the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, like the drop test, water test, scratch test, burn test, etc. The video shows an iPhone 6s displaying extreme strength when it falls from the Toronto Eaton Center and remains rather safe.
Another thing to notice is that the new iPhones seem to be a lot more rigid and thus harder to bend as compared to the previous iPhone 6 Plus. However, the burn and scratch tests yielded more or less the same results. A final waterboarding test of the iPhone 6s against the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge shows us that both the smartphones are able to emerge unaffected from shallow water. Check out the video and see it for yourself.