Glossy Jet Black iPhone 7 Is Not A Scratch-Proof Device, Apple Advices Using Case To Protect


Anyone planning to buy the glossy and shiny Jet Black iPhone or iPhone 7 Plus? Here’s what Apple says, it might scratch easily, so please get a perfect case.

During Apple’s iPhone 7 event in San Fransisco the delighted iPhone fans has witnessed the introduction of a new Jet Black and Black iPhone 7 models, but immediately warned about the glossier Jet Black version of those two 2016 iPhones is more susceptible to scratching than older models. Although the Apple’s new matte Black model iPhone is very similar to that of its predecessor available Space Gray model, meaning it’s the Jet Black version that’s recreate the most attention as the new kid on the block, but the company has already warned how easily it is to scratch. Careful!

Apple is being Apple all the time, and no denying that the Jet Black version does look striking and immediately stands out from the other models in other finishes, but naturally it seems that Apple has taken the move of hiding away some information in the fine print of the technical specifications for the new model.

Here’s what it says:

The high-gloss finish of the jet black iPhone 7 is achieved through a precision nine-step anodization and polishing process. Its surface is equally as hard as other anodized Apple products; however, its high shine may show fine micro-abrasions with use. If you are concerned about this, we suggest you use one of the many cases available to protect your iPhone.

The Cupertino-based company goes through to actually manufacture the new iPhone. and it’s extremely good news to learn that the Jet Black version offers an equally durable outer case in line with the other models. Honored, it’s extremely refreshing to see that Apple itself advising consumers that the Jet Black model is likely to pick up and show micro-abrasions when used daily and put it and out of a pocket, for instance.

Consumers can get the device with this in mind and act accordingly on whether or not to wrap the device in a case. Planning on opting for Apple’s new Jet Black option for your new iPhone, this information does change that purchase decision?

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