This year, Apple made iPhone 15 Pro models with titanium and promoted it as even stronger than past generations but a durability test revealed that the Pro Max model broke its spine.
YouTuber JerryRigEverything did a durability test of the new iPhone 15 Pro Max model. Eventually, as usual, he took the iPhone 15 Pro Max into the bent test, which cracked the rear panel.
The tester as well as the viewers shocked by the fact that this has never happened before, especially with iPhones. In a closer look, you will see that not only the rear glass but the titanium panel is also damaged.
To compare, the YouTuber also did a bending test on the iPhone 15 Pro model. However, nothing happened to the device with a similar pressure of force on the device. It shows that the titanium on the frame is good grade but the glass quality and the panel used below the glass are not.
According to Apple, the iPhone 15 Pro and 15 Pro Max are the first models to feature aerospace titanium. We’ve seen the uses of such material in the Huawei Watch 4 smartwatch. However, Huawei doesn’t want to use such material in smartphones because of the Kunlun Glass.
Last year, Huawei introduced its proprietary, Kunlun Glass, which is designed and developed for smartphones. The company is standing against Gorilla Glass with this new innovation. Mate 50 Pro was a prime example of this innovation, which offers more fall-proof protection than general OLED glass.
On the other hand, Huawei Mate 60 Pro uses the new three-layer rear design, which includes the second-generation Kunlun glass, ultra-tough basalt body, and ultra-durable polyamide fiber material. The overall build quality takes the impact resistance to a new level.
We’ve recently, seen an example of its pressure resistance in an extreme durability test. The phone even survived the weight of an SUV. Check the full durability test below. Also, unlike the iPhone 15 Pro Max, the Huawei Mate 60 Pro didn’t break its non-titanium spine.