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The iPhone 6′s reported sapphire display already has Corning nervous

16
Jul
2014

For a long time, Corning’s proprietary Gorilla Glass has been the go-to material that manufacturers use for smartphone displays thanks to its remarkable durability and toughness. However, with Apple reportedly using a sapphire display for its upcoming iPhone 6, Corning is at risk for potentially losing some significant business, particularly if Samsung again decides to be a “fast follower” and switch to sapphire for its future flagship smartphones. With this in mind, we found it interesting that Corning has launched a preemptive strike against the iPhone 6′s reported sapphire display, even though we don’t know for absolute certain yet whether it will have such a display or not. In a new video posted on its website, Corning does a pressure test

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