iPhone7 and iPhone7 Plus come in a special dust and water resistant case, for which Apple provides no guarantee.
When it comes to its scratch resistance, the company officials declared from the start that scratching is a normal part of the attrition process and strongly recommends the purchase of another protective case.
We already know that the Jet Black version model iPhone is actually not immune to scratches, an aspect certified by Apple. An experiment posted on YouTube shows the normal version on matte-black is extremely sensitive when it comes to scratching.
Luckily, the anodized aluminum layer is not affecting your phone’s surface when you stick it in your pocket, along with other common objects such as keys and the signs can be erased exactly like dirt marks.
The screen protected with a resistant mineral screen is pretty resistant to small scratches and is very similar to other smartphone equipped with the ‘Gorilla Glass’ feature. Sharp objects are the only things that could leave a permanent mark on the surface of your brand new iPhone.
According to tech-enthusiast Jerry Rig, these tests show that Apples’ new iPhone 7 has a regular glass screen or a super scratch resistant sapphire screen.
After analyzing all of the different aspects of the iPhone 7, like the camera lens, the home button, the rear aluminum, and the charging port, you will have a better understanding of what the phone is made of, and how much abuse the iPhone 7 can withstand in everyday life.