This material has the advantage of being highly resistant, both to shocks or scratches.
On Monday blogger Sonny Dickson posted a new video that demonstrates the resistance of the front panel of the next iPhone.
The sapphire display’s flexibility is put to the test, as the person in the clip tries to break it by the sheer force of his hands.
Dickson is known for publishing pictures of authentic Apple products before their official unveiling.
A June report by the Economic Daily News claimed that only the 5.5-inch iPhone will feature a sapphire display due to production limitations.