Here's a scratch, burn, and bend test of the... original Apple iPhone
by Peter Kostadinov / May 26, 2017, 7:57 AM
The YouTuber with the burly arms is an obstacle that not every contemporary phone out there survives unscathed, and that's understandable. Zack has the habit of burning phones with a lighter, scratching their meticulously-crafted metal bodies with a sharp pocket knife, and last but not least, bending them with his bare hands.
We've seen Zack test out tens of new phones over the years, but how would a 2007 gadget fare in his sadistic tests? Inspired by the anniversary of the Apple iPhone, the YouTuber decided to test how the very first iPhone would fare in his test, and, of course, recorded the result on video.
Zack's knife left tons of scratches on the phone's body, but the original iOS handset fared pretty well in the bend test. Anyway, we are not the kind to spoil things for you, check the video yourselves right below.
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A phone that changed the world.....
posted on May 26, 2017, 8:56 AM 0
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No it didn't. It's just that they released on right time, orelse some else would have released.
posted on May 26, 2017, 9:14 AM 4
You must be on something to not think the original iPhone changed the world. No other device was even close to the level of the original iPhone for over 2 years after it came out Google's Android looked like a calculator UI at the time and was pretty far behind
posted on May 26, 2017, 10:28 AM 1
Posts: 34; Member since: Oct 10, 2016
LOL! nokia 5800 XM outsold iphone by a huge margin. the only thing that killed nokia way their choice to stick with resistive screens for too long and dropping maemo 5 for symbiam s60 v5. Maemo 5 was way more advanced than iOS & android. even to this day iOS and android can't come close to maemo 5 in multitasking.
posted on May 27, 2017, 12:30 PM 0
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