First iPhone Drop and Scratch Test Results Emerge

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Date: Monday, July 2nd, 2007, 08:40
Category: iPhone

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You’ve had your iPhone for three days now and things are looking up. The device is still shiny and life is good.
You may have even been spotted skipping.
Of course, that good feeling tends to come to an end when your cool new item meets gravity, which then introduces it to the ground at 9.8 meters per second squared, either scratching the cool new item or rendering it non-functional.
The guys over at PC World recently put together a short video simulating several tests the iPhone can go through, such as rubbing up against change and keys in your pocket, short drops onto carpet and linoleum and longer drops onto a concrete surface.
Click the link to find out how the iPhone did and if you have any iPhone drop stories of your own to share, please let us know.


iphonehand.jpg; border=
You’ve had your iPhone for three days now and things are looking up. The device is still shiny and life is good.
You may have even been spotted skipping.
Of course, that good feeling tends to come to an end when your cool new item meets gravity, which then introduces it to the ground at 9.8 meters per second squared, either scratching the cool new item or rendering it non-functional.
The guys over at PC World recently put together a short video simulating several tests the iPhone can go through, such as rubbing up against change and keys in your pocket, short drops onto carpet and linoleum and longer drops onto a concrete surface.
Click the link to find out how the iPhone did and if you have any iPhone drop stories of your own to share, please let us know.

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