Apple’s latest batch of iPhones is constructed of Series 7000 aluminum, an alloy that’s said to be much strong than the metal used in last year’s model. But is a change in aluminum enough to resolve last year’s “bendgate” controversy?
Square Trade put Apple’s latest through the wringer over the weekend, dunking, dropping, bending and freezing the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus and comparing the results to Samsung’s Galaxy Note 5. I won’t spoil it all for you but it looks like we can officially put bendgate behind us.
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