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According to Apple the glass (both front and back) on the iPhone is "aluminosilicate glass — the same type of glass used in the windshields of helicopters and high-speed trains" (just normal glass doped with aluminum oxides to make it stronger and more scratch-resistant than normal glass). So it is not "Gorilla Glass" but possibly developed by Corning none the less. Which would explain why Corning can't discuss it. Also remember that just like that nice demo done for Rene at CES and Apple's own testing video, it's not real world use cases. Drop any piece of glass less than 1/8 of an inch thick and I'm 99% sure it will break, especially if it's attached to a weighted object like a phone. Tempered, chemically strengthen, gorilla, car, train, you name it glass is stronger than standard plain glass (fine drinking glass, glass figures, etc).The iPhone 4 screen is harder to break but like all things it is breakable. There are several YouTube videos; one in particular of a guy purposely dropping his iPhone 4 in different ways several times on to concrete before the glass actually cracks. It's all a matter of physics and how an object hits the glass which determines whether or not glass breaks. avi to iso converter Actually I think what they're trying to say is: "Hi customers. Please don't be fooled by the networks that carry one of the most popular devices of the last few years. Sure, the iPhone is a great phone but it's constricted to two heavily used and bogged down networks. Here at T-Mobile, I'm a young attractive woman using a less popular but well performing network for a slightly lower price. I believe that sounds like an enticing offer for you!"Or something like that.
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