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Tim Prepare dinner on Twitter: For the reason that first iPhone, we’ve partnered with Corning in Kentucky to create essentially the most sturdy glass in a smartphone. Ceramic Protect on the iPhone 12 lineup takes US innovation to new ranges & we’re investing throughout America to seek out the following breakthrough.

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Tim Prepare dinner on Twitter: For the reason that first iPhone, we’ve partnered with Corning in Kentucky to create essentially the most sturdy glass in a smartphone. Ceramic Protect on the iPhone 12 lineup takes US innovation to new ranges & we’re investing throughout America to seek out the following breakthrough.



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27 COMMENTS

  1. It may be the most shatter resistant glass but the tradeoff of having a screen that easily gets scratched is frustrating.

  2. Idc how resistant the screen is, I’m always gonna put a tempered glass screen protector on any smartphone I own.

  3. I’d prefer they just invest in learning how to apply an anti-scratch coating to their current durable glass.

  4. Frankly why does Corning need a explicit handout from Apple? They one of the largest American company.

    Apple should have given something to actual specialised manufacturers they would not have scaled up without apple’s funding.

  5. I had my iPhone 12 pro max for less than a week before I shit you not I got a crack in the screen and I don’t even know how. Like there was not even a moment where I dropped it and went oops better check that out. I might have put it down a bit hard or something but nothing I noticed right away. After a while I just kind of noticed like hey that’s not a smudge that’s an actual crack. I am NOT impressed.

  6. I will say the ceramic shield is very impressive. My iPhone 12 has taken a couple of NASTY falls that would have killed previous phones I’ve owned and it’s just fine, still looks brand new.

  7. I slammed my iPhone 8 in a car door, and the glass actually bent where I dented the frame. That’s strong enough for me 😊

  8. Had to replace my iPhone 12 Pro Max after 5 days after receiving it because the screen was scratched to shit, put a 3rd party screen protector on the replacement straight out of the box.

    Tough glass my arse.

  9. And ironically I’ve owned every generation of iPhone and I have cracks in the upper left corner of my 12 Pro max screen from a two-foot drop. The only model I’ve gotten cracks in.

  10. That’s funny. I’ve never had an iPhone screen scratch as deeply or quickly from normal use as my 12 pro max

  11. The new screens are a step in a wrong direction IMO.

    I’ve replaced an iPhone 7 with a 12 pro and the 7 newer had a screen protector on it. I’ve only scratched it deeply when I left it on a car dash, screen down and it slid on some sand or a small rock. It only cracked because my stupid ass sat on it in a wheelbarrow, don’t ask. Up to this point it had a fair share of sudden floor encounters.

    After two weeks with a 12 (normal usage mind you, something the 7 had 5 years of) I bought a screen protector because there were already two scratches I could feel under a fingernail.

    I don’t know about shatter resistance yet but it survived a drop or two. Maybe the softness helps with that, but again, the 7’s screen held up just fine.

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