iPhone 11 and 11 Pro drop test

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  • Published on:  Saturday, September 21, 2019
  • Apple says the iPhone 11 and 11 Pro have the toughest glass ever in a smartphone. Is it true? We drop these phones from 3, 6, 8 and 11 feet onto concrete to find out.

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  • Jonathan Walter
    Jonathan Walter  21 hours ago

    It sounds like being at the dentist

  • Jonathan Walter
    Jonathan Walter  21 hours ago

    She is cute.

  • francesca BaiMuDan 沉连清 SIM

    Better keep your xs Max than 11 pro Max and you can trade in again when Apple has Good soon ;)

  • Fellipe Rodrigues

    Hot presenter just saying

  • Girish K K
    Girish K K  3 days ago

    Use different phones for different heights
    Same phone when dropped multiple times from different heights will definitely break the phone
    Secondly, drop it on concrete surface

  • sealand000
    sealand000  4 days ago

    Can you please get rid of that background noise (aka "music")?

  • James Murray
    James Murray  4 days ago

    Let’s be honest the only time it lands flat is never, they always smash on the edges.

  • Straph
    Straph  4 days ago

    Dropping on inside treated concrete. Of course the phones will be fine. Go do those same tests on rough outside concrete.... you'll hate life at a 4ft. drop.

  • Vicente Pena
    Vicente Pena  7 days ago +1

    Yea I don’t even use a case for my red 11 it really does not need it and finger prints aren’t really to bad either

  • Jason Lee
    Jason Lee  7 days ago

    ...I'm getting the vibe that this video is fake. Why do they keep cutting the scene to a different camera view when they drop the phone? They are willing to showcase Samsung's phone durability tests without any of the camera cuts but yet they do it for Apple products? They should keep it constant at single camera like PhoneBuff's durability tests...

  • Dog Damon
    Dog Damon  7 days ago

    I don't recall, were the front cameras ever checked??

  • T B
    T B  7 days ago

    I guess the slow mo and sound makes it more intense ? Idk. Pretty boring tho

  • JustCallMeDope
    JustCallMeDope  7 days ago

    Shes all mad that its surviving like cmon home girl thats a good thing 😓😂 I made sure to look at drop tests before getting my 11 🔥

  • wing form
    wing form  7 days ago


  • Joshua Rangel
    Joshua Rangel  7 days ago

    They drop it head highs and it’s fine
    Me drops is below weight hight: shattered

  • Motoman
    Motoman  14 days ago

    When you drop your phone they don't drop parallel to the killing floor. They drop at a angle and the edge absorbs most of the first impact. That is why this test is flawed. CNET always seems to leave you wanting more.

  • Kale of the Gods
    Kale of the Gods  14 days ago

    inb4 future ai's see this & terminate all of us as payback woosh
    love these tests anyway <3

  • Owen W
    Owen W  14 days ago

    Is it me or she doesnt know much about the actual hardware or software of the phone?

  • Cee Life
    Cee Life  14 days ago

    This gave me anxiety