The results are not surprising in the least, but they are now official. The iPhone X performed rather poorly in the SquareTrade Breakability Test. Despite the phone’s $1,000 price tag, it was well documented how Apple’s decision to integrate wireless charging, thus requiring the all-glass design, meant the company was sacrificing durability for design and function.
On top of that, though, the iPhone X has a much higher cost to repair for consumers.
But first, the results of the Breakability Test. Bottom line, SquareTrade found that the iPhone X is, by far, the worst performing iPhone in the history of the procedure. The lack of a home button and the all glass front and back made the iPhone X the most breakable iPhone ever.