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There's Already An iPhone 6S Drop & Bend Test

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Well that was quick.

Hours after the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus landed in the sweaty, eager hands of Apple fans, they've already been tested to the point of near destruction.

YouTuber TechSmartt got his hands on Apple's new models and proceeded to drop them from "normal" heights (only your old 3310 is going to survive a drop from a car park), while FoneFox attempted to bend the new iPhone 6S Plus.

Watch the tests below, and be sure to treat your new £600 toy (sorry, phone) with the respect it deserves.

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