iPhone SE undergoes scratch, burn and bend tests

01 April, 2016
Seasoned phone torturer JerryRigEverything has posted a video of doing some scratch, burn and bend tests to Apple's latest smartphone. It's as interesting as it's painful to watch.

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  • YowYow

raonaveen, 01 Apr 2016Then why there is 4 gb of ram in android phones. And why do u th... moreRAM will be useless if it's the app that is closing itself, it's the apps bug that's causing it, however in terms of multitasking, bigger RAM is of course and advantage but it still will matter with the devices CPU, iOS and android phone do restart some apps when you jump to another app, no matter what phone it is or OS it's running

  • YowYow

Sick, 01 Apr 20161600 mAh battery, 2 GB of RAM 4 inch screen, Amazing indeed. May... morei can do multitasking just not for some apps tho

  • AnonD-521560

AnonD-489867, 02 Apr 2016i know kids like you.you are all 15 - 20 year old humans.with po... moreAre you hurt bro? Well truth hurts right. Isn't it? Hahaha well for sure u also looking for inadequacy of others.

  • AnonD-521560

AnonD-231994, 02 Apr 2016With a micro sd card slot, water resistance, fast charging and Q... moreThen go. Choose what you want.

  • AnonD-231994

With a micro sd card slot, water resistance, fast charging and QHD screen, I'll certainly go for the S7.
It might not he the fastest compared to the iPhones but these extra features more than make up for it.

  • AnonD-489867

TanTrum, 02 Apr 2016You saw a video with iPhone and your beloved samsung lagdroid an... morei know kids like you.you are all 15 - 20 year old humans.with poor logic and low form of Intelligence.whom like to say whats bad and whats good.and a slave of brand.and you will always buy one brand because you see the whole world is included in your own phone and your own brand.grow some up. i hope i didnt destroyed you right ? ok

  • AnonD-442781

Think logically , 01 Apr 2016Well it does multi task and does it quite effortlessly unlike Ga... moreThe s7 doesn't do that though. Not surprised that haters spew nonsense.

  • Anonymous

lol, 01 Apr 20166s faster on multitasking than S7.Yes it's fast as the s7 with more ram.

  • TanTrum

AnonD-375713, 01 Apr 20161: for the same reason the iPad pro does. Heavy multitasking wit... moreYou saw a video with iPhone and your beloved samsung lagdroid and your lagroid has high number or ram but why is not as fast and smooth as the iPhone with only 1 or 2 ram? hahaha

  • Lol

Anonymous, 01 Apr 20166s is not that fast in performance Ive used it Idk, the videos prove it is the fastest phone right now. And yes, I've used one too and it was absolutely blazing fast.

  • AnonD-375713

Anonymous, 01 Apr 2016The real poser is....Who cares? If a phone multitasks, then it d... moreIndeed, and I would honestly prefer that devs took some hours more to code in the friggin freezing on Android apps. Of course there are various cases where it just bothers but on many situations it could be a nice addition.

As of now, all 3 major OSes do any of the 3 stages, full close on home, freeze on switch or keep service running, it's now just up to the devs choosing what's the best for each task.

  • AnonD-375713

raonaveen, 01 Apr 2016Then why there is 4 gb of ram in android phones. And why do u th... more1: for the same reason the iPad pro does. Heavy multitasking with simultaneously running apps do require that amount, the iPhone SE doesn't have the multi window system so it won't need that much, also lower res. textures and whatnot;
2: ayyyy where did I say that?? I only said that the smoothness of multitasking is in part by standard freezing of the app, read please, you'll see I do mean freezing is BETTER than closing it altogether;
3: you don't know how Android deals with it's RAM to say it kills it off from RAM, it does keep it's files compressed in RAM ready to open;
4: typical hater stuff about optimization "you're defending X and your mom hates you cause you do this!" Well that says it all.

  • Anonymous

lol, 01 Apr 20166s faster on multitasking than S7.6s is not that fast in performance
Ive used it

  • lol

AnonD-521467, 01 Apr 2016*Dual Core experiences, and because IOS is designed for those 2 ... more6s faster on multitasking than S7.

  • Anonymous

Are they really pretending it is a new phone? Like

AnonD-375713, 01 Apr 2016A huge chunk of apps is coded in standard mode: Android SDK by d... moreThen why there is 4 gb of ram in android phones. And why do u think freezing an app is worse than closing it all together. And closing an app doesnt provide it opening fast as it is out of ram and ram have no role in opening it fast unless it is loaded on it. You just tried to defend crap optimisation.

Then why there is 4 gb of ram in android phones. And why do u think freezing an app is worse than closing it all together. And closing an app doesnt provide it opening fast as it is out of ram and ram have no role in opening it fast unless it is loaded on it. You just tried to defend crap optimisation.

  • Anonymous

AnonD-375713, 01 Apr 2016A huge chunk of apps is coded in standard mode: Android SDK by d... moreThe real poser is....Who cares? If a phone multitasks, then it doesn't matter how it does it, other than it does it.

Claiming one phone is better than another based on this is just cheap point scoring.

No offense intended.

  • AnonD-375713

Think logically , 01 Apr 2016Well it does multi task and does it quite effortlessly unlike Ga... moreA huge chunk of apps is coded in standard mode: Android SDK by default closes the app when you hit home, keeping only on RAM enough to re-launch fast. You have to program it to keep in any other mode, there are various possible ones. The iPhone way until iOS ~7 or something along that was freezing the app. It was kept not running, but with data compressed on RAM so it would resume fast. Apps like e-mail (not the sync service but writing the message) and such will use this, on both OSes. Keeping the app running stuff in background like download, copy, file conversion and such is possible but not needed by most apps, and a load of devs are too lazy to code in the freezing. A huge part of iOS apps just freeze down so it seems like it multitasks better but it's just the app what's doing the stuff there. It could be that this is even the standard in iOS SDK (please programmers enlighten me about this, I'm curious).

  • SG N5

Android is for Geeks, Windows Phones is for Corporate Professionals, iOS is for Dumbs.