If you look up some latest Gorilla Glass knife and key scratch test videos, it doesn't scratch with those either.
I never used them anyway..my phones (that weren't plastic anyway) never got scratched.
I hear this a lot from people and when I inspect their smartphone glass, I see micro scratches.Same here. Never scratched my iPhone screen, and I've had just about every model from 2007.
I agree that the video doesn't prove that its sapphire, but scratching it with a diamond wouldn't prove that either. He would have to do a scratch test on both GG and Sapphire using sand.If you look up some latest Gorilla Glass knife and key scratch test videos, it doesn't scratch with those either.
Still waiting for someone to use a diamond on one of these supposed iPhone 6 panels.
My fiance, who is very picky about her iPhone screen, has actually called me out a few times about this. She checked the screens very closely - no scratches. She was looking for micro-scratches as well.I hear this a lot from people and when I inspect their smartphone glass, I see micro scratches.
Using a diamond would be rather pointless? A diamond will scratch everything, except other diamonds.Still waiting for someone to use a diamond on one of these supposed iPhone 6 panels.
Exactly! The coatings will scratch like crazy and the problem with be the same.Micro scratched are not in The glass but the oleophobic coating. If you can't feel it with your nail, it's not a scratch.
If indeed the next iPhone has a sapphire screen, I guarantee, there will be an influx of people complaining that their screen got scratched. Which is only the oleophobic coating.