Original iPhone Durability Test! - Scratch and Bend Tested

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Shared May 24, 2017

The First iPhone to ever be released was the iPhone 2G way back in 2007. Its time to check the durability of that original iPhone. Ill start with an iPhone scratch test, checking each of the different materials that make up the body of the cell phone. Including the camera lens, which might surprise you.

Apples 10 year Anniversary is coming up for the iphone, it will be exciting to see what the new version is going to look like! Hopefully they bring back the headphone jack.

Would you use one of these cell phones?

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