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Titanium iPhone 15 Pro Max fails JerryRigEverything's stress test!

Apple's most recent flagship device fails to survive JerryRigEverything's stress test.
Titanium iPhone 15 Pro Max fails JerryRigEverything's stress test!
Cracked rear iPhone 15 Pro Max

Uh-oh, Apple what is the meaning of this?

To recap, both the iPhone 15 Pro and the Pro Max are built with Grade 5 Titanium merged with an aluminum frame inside as well as brushed finish and special coatings to make them nicer to hold and more durable.
Our shot with the iPhone 15 Pro Max
Our shot with the iPhone 15 Pro Max

In the first part, a tool was used with a hardness of 6 on the Mohs scale, it did scratch the screen glass (ceramic shield) and presented with minimal damage. Jerry says this was a surprise since the said tool should result in more obvious and deeper scratches. He commented that the secret of Apple's next-gen Ion-X glass is effective.
Minimal scratches on the front
Minimal scratches on the front

Next, he used a cutter to scratch the frames, power button, and camera. The frames, and power button sustained obvious damage except the 5G antenna slot. Meanwhile, the cameras also survived the famous Jerryrigknife.

Moving forward, the tech tuber also used a lighter at the front in which it also survived.

Jerry then proceeded to "bend test" the rear cover glass and that nightmare began as it immediately cracked without much force being used.
Fails the bend test
Fails the bend test

He commented he didn't see it coming as most phones do not break when doing the bend test for the past 11 years. Jerry also mentioned "I would be worried about spending 1200 USD on a phone that will snap instant" Ultimately, JerryRigEverthing said, "It did not survive his durability test".

In the final parts of the video, Jerry used a torch wherein the Titanium managed to hold out however it was not the same case with the front screen.

In a related story, JerryRigEverything attempted the same bend test on the iPhone 15 Pro which managed to survive.

Finally, if you own the latest iPhone "be sure to be gentle with it" if you don't want to waste your hard-earned money.

You may watch the whole video at the source link below.

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