Apple has published a new support document for the iPhone X that explains some of the benefits and risks associated with its new Super Retina display.
The iPhone X is a bit different from the iPhones that its customers are used to.
In its full teardown of the iPhone X, iFixit found the device to be drastically reconfigured inside to maximize performance in the smallest space possible.
Meanwhile, SquareTrade, a company that provides extended warranties for electronic devices, has crowned the new Apple handset the "most breakable yet", after putting it through a series of tests created to measure its durability.
However, many other YouTubers have been putting the new phone through its paces with varying results.
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Face Down Drop Test: On its first drop, SquareTrade saw the iPhone X shatter, its screen become unresponsive and its widely touted facial recognition feature fail completely. Meanwhile, the back drop completely shattered the back panel leaving loose shards of glass, making it hard to hold.
Dunk Test: The iPhone X faired similar to the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus models, surviving 30 minutes under five feet of water with some audio muffling during playback. While the screen and back panel did experience cracks, the biggest damage came from both Face ID and the new "home" swipe command failing.
Despite its high costs, the iPhone X has a low threshold for pain.
Another pricey choice was the stainless steel chassis of the iPhone X, which cost $36 versus $21.50 for the aluminum housing of the iPhone 8.
After all was said and done, SquareTrade gave it a "Breakability Score" of 90 (presumably out of 100), meaning it's a "High Risk" of shattering or breaking.
Several of Apple's design choices for the iPhone X pushed up its price.
The fact that the new iPhone can take damage so easily is not a good sign when it is priced at a thousand dollars and up.