As per tradition, further spurred by last year's iPhone 6 Plus bendgate, the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus drop and bend test videos have started flooding YouTube.
Many tech blogs and vloggers have rushed to acquire the iPhone 6s duo only to start torturing it. And you can bet the new 7000-series aluminum that Apple uses for the latest iPhones will be the major thing to test.
In fact, here's an interesting, and rather funny video, of two guys trying to bend an iPhone 6s Plus.
And now for a couple of drop tests. Those aim to put Apple's claim of strongest glass in business to the test.
There's a plethora of videos like this available, and certainly a lot more to come. If you want to check more iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus torment, the source link below is your friend.
They only adopt tech when it actually has a purpose, like the Pencil, it is not a gimmick, it is not meant for phones, it is meant for professionals to be productive on the new iPad pro, it serves a purpose. Maybe some day your logic boards will kick...
lol..... why must i do that to my iphone and my smartphone --'
So funny how upset this makes you.