Can the iPhone 7 survive the JerryRigEverything Durability tests? Like always we’ll start with the scratch test from Mohs scale of hardness. With this test we can find out if Apples’ new iPhone 7 has a regular glass screen, or a super scratch resistant sapphire screen. After analyzing all of the different aspects of the iphone 7, like the camera lens, the home button, the rear aluminum, and the charging port, you will have a better understanding of what the phone is made of, and how much abuse the iPhone 7 can withstand in every day life.
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