iPhone 12 Pro Durability Test - Is 'Ceramic Shield' Scratchproof?!
Its time to durability test the new Apple iPhone 12 Pro. Grab your Anker Nano HERE: amzn.to/353xHsa (US Offer Code USNANO12) And grab your dbrand glass Screen Protector HERE: dbrand.com/iphone-12-glass New iPhones sometimes means new features. Today we find out how durable the new Apple iPhones really are. Apple has changed up the design again. Its still a rectangle. With a screen. But this time around its a blockier rectangle with a screen that might be tougher? We'll have to check to be sure.
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