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The newest iPhone X, which starts at $999, has a ton of fancy bells and whistles. It also — like the new iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 plus — features an all-glass body, which allows for wireless charging.
However, anyone who owns an iPhone knows there is one important question to always ask: How easy is it to shatter? The answer, according to many tech bloggers and reporters, is high.
Apple claims the pricey smartphone is "the most durable glass ever in a smartphone, front and back."
But in a test from CNET, the new iPhone shattered from "pocket height," according to the website.
"The iPhone X can probably handle your everyday wear and tear, but dropping it without a case is out of the question," CNET reported. "We learned it only takes one bad drop to break the glass on this phone."
By the way, it costs $550 to fix if you don't have Applecare. Better invest in a good case!