There is no doubt that iPhones are generally strong phones. This is due to the fact that Apple builds them with over 60% recycled aluminum materials and stainless steel. For this reason, iPhones do not easily scratch. When it comes to resistance to drop dents, you just cannot write the iPhone off. According to a statement from Apple, the iPhone 14 is the best built iPhone ever.
Why iPhones Were Weak
In as much as iPhones have been one of the strongest phones out there, they have always had this one problem that Apple has never been able to fix until now. At least for the iPhone 14. That problem has to do with the internal structure of the phones. Irrespective of how strong iPhones may look, they’ve always had problems with internal structural arrangements.
This makes the iPhone easily break when you apply external force to it. The internal structure also makes repairing the iPhone a very difficult task and very expensive too. Especially when your back glass breaks and you need to replace it. Apple made their phones in such a way that replacing the back glass was almost impossible and even more expensive than replacing the screen.
The iPhone 14 Does Not Have That Problem
Finally, Apple has found a way to end this, thanks to the iPhone 14. Apple has finally changed the internal structure of the iPhone 14 to resist external forces which causes bends. This also makes it a lot more cheaper and easier to change the back glass. Initially, you needed to have a special skill, tool and a lot of time on your hands to change your broken iPhone back glass.
With the iPhone 14, you can now easily remove the back glass just like how you remove iPhone screens. It is just a matter of removing screws, then lifting both screen and back glass. Just like the other models, the iPhone 14 also has a ceramic shield to protect the screen against scratches.
In all, the iPhone 14 is a well built phone. Apple has actually started this in the basic iPhone 14 model. We hope this durability will extend to the other models next year, when they release the next generation of iPhones.