iPhone 15 Pro Drop Test Uncovers Negative Impact of Titanium and Curved Edges. With anxious admirers wanting to experience the most recent in Apple’s smartphone technology, the eagerly awaited iPhone 15 Series has finally found its way into the hands of Apple lovers.
The IT industry lost no time in putting the new iPhone 15 Pro to the test, as it would with any new product introduction. The findings of a thorough drop test on the iPhone 15 Pro that Apple Track performed today have sparked controversy. In this drop test video for the iPhone 15 Pro, a clear distinction between the iPhone 15 Pro and the iPhone 14 Pro was made.
iPhone 15 Pro Drop Test Uncovers Negative Impact of Titanium and Curved Edges
The iPhone 14 Pro amazingly withstood the multiple fall during the trial and kept up its nearly flawless state. The iPhone 15 Pro’s bottom screen part fell way as the test drew to an end, and the back camera module fully separated from the phone’s chassis. The iPhone 14 Pro, in striking contrast, not only preserved its functional camera, but also had a completely functional screen.
Additionally, the design of the iPhone 15 Pro, which features more rounded bezels without sharp corners, contributes to these outcomes. The danger of screen and cover damage can be increased by this design’s ability to direct the impact forces directly to the front and rear glass.