Apple’s mission to create thinner and lighter products every year has become a growing concern for some, as customers question the durability of Apple’s latest products.
iPhone 4 featured glass panels on the rear and front which many thought wasn’t a good choice for a smartphone. But, not many people complained about this when they actually used it on a daily basis. In fact, recently someone accidentally dropped the iPhone 4 while on a plane almost 1000 feet high and later located the device, without any scratches, using ‘Find My iPhone’.
Apple is known to extensively research and innovate when it comes to using different materials for their touchscreen devices. Now, we are hearing that iFixYouri have conducted some tests to see how durable is iPad 2’s thinner front glass panel.
In the video below you can see the smartphone repair experts conduct a flexibility test and compare iPad 2 glass with first gen iPad. Watch the video to know the result and let us know what you think.[Warning: you might want to mute or lower the volume of your speakers.]