iPhone 6: Turns Out the Indestructible Display Isn’t What We Thought It Was

You know that 4.7-inch iPhone 6 front panel we thought was nearly indestructible? Turns out the invincible material has a kryptonite, as a new video from MKBHD shows.

In the new video, YouTuber Marques Brownlee does more in-depth testing on the front panel featured in his previous video. Only, this time, he starts using science to damage the display. Turns out, there’s something called the Mohs scale, as many people have pointed out. Basically, the Mohs scale, as defined by good old Dictionary, is a scale of hardness used in classifying minerals, and runs from 1 to 10 using a series of reference minerals; the position on the scale depends on the ability to scratch materials rated lower.

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