When the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus were introduced last year, soon after their public accessibility both devices ended up being targets of an extensive scandal dubbed “Bendgate”, especially the larger of the 2, the 5.5 inch iPhone 6 Plus was found to be vulnerable to obtaining bent under pressure, in some cases even when under just regular use pressure.

Apple might have battled the claims as isolated rare occurrences at that time, but that didn’t stop the Cupertino business from attempting to take care of the challenges and making the next iteration of the iPhone stronger and more long lasting than ever.

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Back in April this year, we started hearing rumors that Apple will certainly utilize 7000 series aluminum alloys for the construction of the external shell for iPhone 6s in favor of the previously-used 6000 series alloys. This was said to be influenced by the Apple Watch Sport model, where the business had selected a comparable method.

And now a brand-new video test carried out on a leaked iPhone 6s shell appears to confirm the usage of 7000 series aluminum. Following the initial analysis of the leaked shell, Lewis Hilsenteger ofUnbox Treatment is now back once again with another test showing thorough clinical analysis of the iPhone 6s shell that he has got hold of and compares it to the current iPhone 6 shell.

The video test shows iPhone 6 shell bending when around 30 pounds of force is used to it compared to iPhone 6s shell which starts bending after 80 pounds of force is applied, indicating it can stand up to more than double amount of pressure.

Prior to performing this test, Lewis sent off both the iPhone shells for a chemical analysis utilizing XRF analyzer. The results expose a considerable quantity of zinc being made use of in the 7000 series aluminum made iPhone 6s shell which need to help add extra durability to the device. One concern which is said to be connected with zinc is higher danger of deterioration, however Apple seems to have that covered too by adding an extra thick layer of anodization, as likewise displayed in the video.

You can check out the full test in the video embedded listed below:

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