Yes its Corning but not Gorilla Glass. It may be a lower class glass but not Gorilla for sure.
AnonD-14841, 05 Mar 2012Next year Apple might sue Samsung for using gorilla glass screen And what's up with the c... moreI'm not sure if you have ever heard of Italy, Greece, or Spain. But the unemployment rate in the US is about to go below 8%, which is much better than many other places. Apple is announcing this in response to their criticism over work conditions at Foxcon.
Dr.iod, 06 Mar 2012maybe apple DID use gorilla glass in 200-6-7, the gorilla glass before might possibly be diffe... moreGorilla Glass has been strong for many years. Apple did indeed use Corning glasses but not their signature Gorilla glass.
maybe apple DID use gorilla glass in 200-6-7, the gorilla glass before might possibly be different back then and still being refined so the iPhones' screen get scratches, it would be safe to say...iPhone used chipanzee glass, an earlier version of gorilla glass. hehehehe,
seriously...they might be using an earlier version of corning.
my university uses Corning Glass in their lab as their presentation board and its very strong, as strong as concrete. lol. but I dont know if that has the same material as their using to protect this phone. if you know what I mean.
Someone, 05 Mar 2012According to the Steve Jobs book the iPhone was the first phone or even electronic device that... moreit is interesting to know that there are people actually reading that. But on my iphone 3g the glass was no gorilla, it was scratching like crazy certainly worse than the blackberry bold i was using at that time, which was not afraid of the **KEY RING**
Next year Apple might sue Samsung for using gorilla glass screen
And what's up with the claims of supporting half a million jobs, are the situation of employment really that bad in America?
ishinlee, 05 Mar 2012yea! and apple will call it "iGlass" n sue everybody who use gorilla glass. Wheneve... moreIndeed. Perhaps the old song Peggy Sue should have a new version in the form of a remake. It could be called Apple Sue (2012 Run to the Nearest Court Room Mix)!
iphone 4s after 2 months of use have a lot of thin scratches. lye,lye,lye. no gorilla glass
No one from Apple confirmed it's Gorilla Glass the company uses for the iPhone.
Corning makes different types of glass for different purposes, Gorilla is only a single flyer in their rich portfolio. I don't doubt Corning makes high quality glass for iProducts, just NOT Gorilla Glass.
Apple is known for secrecy when it comes to component details but when a well known partner comes into play they need to spill the beans. At least that's what they did when they adopted Intel's processors for Mac's. I'm sure once Gorilla Glass lands on any iProduct, we'll hear about this.
Someone, 05 Mar 2012According to the Steve Jobs book the iPhone was the first phone or even electronic device that... moreIf it uses gorilla glass, then why is it that its screen shatters into pieces???
Someone, 05 Mar 2012According to the Steve Jobs book the iPhone was the first phone or even electronic device that... moreWhat are you talking about??? I had iphone 4 and it scratched like crazy in comparison to my other phone Nokia N8, REAL GORILLA GLASS! You can't scratch that thing with knife even if you want to! COME ON, QUIT LYING!!! It has no Gorilla glas and no iphones had that. Why would they hide that info? All phones that come out with Gorilla Glass, they say that right away!
hahahaha now they will sue Samsung and Motorola because they are using the Gorilla glass waaaahahahahaahahah
if it is really gorilla glass that apple claims on the iphones and can withstand from drop and impact Why does it shatterers the front and back glass panel and the galaxy s2 front glass screen without a scratch
and a video shows a galaxy s i9000 with gorilla glass being hammered several times before the guy hit with some force to smash the glass after from several attempts
ishinlee, 05 Mar 2012yea! and apple will call it "iGlass" n sue everybody who use gorilla glass.
Wheneve... moreAccording to the Steve Jobs book the iPhone was the first phone or even electronic device that used Gorilla Glass in 2007 when it was launched.
That's what the book says. There's half a chapter all about the glass.
But send an email to the CEO of Corning and see if he can confirm this as being true.