In this section, by Tom.AppleApple Store just bought these two on Fifth Avenue.IPhoneAnd fell in front of the fans lined up in the store. The new iPhone 11 Pro can be seen falling horizontally on the sidewalk in New York at hip height and then rupturing.
The cell phone fell on the sidewalk at an angle almost parallel to the ground, but as a result, the lower right corner first hit the ground, causing the upper left corner to hit the hard ground violently. As a result, the glass on the back of the fuselage cracked, and the crack on the left side extended from one third of the top to the lower right corner of the screen.
On the other hand, iPhone 11 Pro Max landed well at the same height and position. No cracks or scratches were observed after the fall, in line with Apple's claim that "the toughest glass of any smartphone." Apple says the double ion exchange process on the back of the fuselage increases durability, but cracks also occur on the back after the shoulder height falls.
YouTube channel Everything ApplePro also did drop tests, but performed relatively well. Both the 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max have withstood multiple falls in waist and shoulder height. In fact, the stainless steel chassis on both mobile phones deformed during testing. The rear glass on 11 Pro and the screen on 11 Pro Max eventually broke at 10 feet.
It should be noted, however, that the test was carried out indoors and that the material or concrete mixture that may be used is different from the material or concrete mixture exposed to iPhone in the Tom Guide analysis.