This is not an iPad Pro: the iPhone 11 Pro Max has passed the JerryRigEverything durability test

After folding Samsung Galaxy Fold on the table of the famous blogger Zach Nielson (author of JerryRigEverything channel)

and the new iPhone 11 Pro Max.


Zack conducted his traditional trials: knife, fire and force. Apple says the newest iPhone 11 uses the toughest glass ever used on smartphones. As it turned out, it is scratched in the same way as competitors: with materials with a hardness of 6 on the Mohs scale.

The back panel is rough and matte. It is very difficult to scratch it, but keys, coins and other little things in your pocket easily leave traces. True, they are easily erased by hand.

And finally, the iPhone 11 Pro Max doesn't bend like an iPad Pro tablet. As in previous drop tests, here he also proved to be a tough nut to crack and passed all Zack’s tests perfectly.