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Sapphire glass for upcoming Apple iPhones gets showed in new videos

Apple's next generation iPhone 6 are already rumored to arrive with sapphire glass for their displays, in two versions, one being a 4.7-incher and other a 5.5-incher. The past month, we have also seen the 5.5-inch version's display LCD panel component get measured on scale. Yesterday courtesy of Sonny Dickson, who is one of the industry leading tipster for the Cupertino based products on the internet, has published a couple of new videos on his YouTube channel, showing the durability of the sapphire screens for Apple forthcoming iPhone 6 handsets.

From the first video attached below, he quietly bends the sapphire display, to it's extreme, applying enough amount of pressure, where still the sheet of glass takes in all the force and remain stiff till the end. In the second footage, he compares the 4.7-inches sapphire display with a four-inches Apple made iPhone 5 side-by-side and by also placing it on top of the smartphone. He even treated the panel with a scale, measuring the sapphire display in all three ways, diagonally, vertically and horizontally. Accordingly, he also showcased the Touch ID home button of the looming handset, that's yet to go official from Apple, then some more bending, where it again survived the extreme under pressure and finally got detailed the the one-handed operating on both iPhone 5 and purported iPhone 6's display. Keeping that aside, we have also been hearing some words like Apple is preparing impending phone, that will seamlessly feature curved screen at it's edges, which now seems to be confirmed, thanks to Sonny Dickson.

TechnoBuffalo reports that, Apple allegedly has an entire manufacturing plant in Mesa, Arizona, United States, which is dedicated in production of the tough sapphire glass, which is expected to protect the company’s upcoming iPhones and iWatches display. People from there too tell's us about the conflicting rumors, where Apple is speculated to only pack the lay claim 5.5-inched version of iPhone 6 with the exclusive sapphire glass, once available officially. But giving some dips of hopes, we have Dickson with the sapphire panel for the other iteration too.

Source: Sonny Dickson (YouTube) 1, 2, TechnoBuffalo