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Originally Posted by Moreno53 What a dumb thing to say. No two drops will ever...EVER, EVER....EVER be the same. I dont care what it is, an object will NEVER EVER...
09-22-2012, 10:48 PM #21
09-22-2012, 10:51 PM #22
1. Develop a machine that guarantees the phones drop in the same way so that you're comparing the phones' resistance to drops rather than comparing the different types of drops in addition to the differences in the phones. Because the test in this video was so haphazard there's no way of knowing if the iPhone sustained less damage due to its build, or due to the chance it just landed more favorably.
2. Purchase dozens if not hundreds of phones so you can help eliminate human error from the tests through sheer volume and the law of averages...and even then you'd want to try to be sure you drop the phones in similar fashions.
Last edited by AUZambo; 09-22-2012 at 10:54 PM.
09-23-2012, 12:03 AM #23
Also this is a huge surprise! I'm glad the iPhone has become more durable and I'm also glad android fans didn't rig the system And started making their products of more efficient conducting systems etc. not just plastic ahha
09-23-2012, 10:57 AM #24
09-23-2012, 01:07 PM #25
09-24-2012, 12:56 AM #26
I have a 4S and are not upgrading to the 5 (yet) since in the UK it's a pointless upgrade (no 4G being the main reason) and due to my own stupidity managed to get it jammed in a car door. Only the top left of the screen cracked about 1cm long but that's it. The screen still works in the top left corner despite being cracked and I cannot be bothered to replace the screen just for a small 1cm long crack in the top left corner of the phone. The moral of the story? My 4S is quite tough without a case so why should the 5 be any different?