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ptpie 8 year s ago
money
       
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GReaperDK 8 year s ago
Does optical fibres break when bent?

No, and the reason is that glass is quite flexible, when thin enough.
Theres no reason using a 3 mm. glass screen on the phone, when ½ mm. can do it.
       
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SparkyTheClown 8 year s ago
How about don't sit on your expensive phone ya dipshits.
       
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kool 8 year s ago
design for... benders
       
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Fats-T 8 year s ago
Should have bent it the other way. Would have made for better ear/mouth contact.
       
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wiltur 8 year s ago
this is a revolution....
       
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Some lucky owners of the latest iPhone 5 have begun to regret their purchase. The fact is that the new device is made of aluminum - a rather flexible metal. So those who are used to keeping their CellPhones in the back pocket of their pants, the somewhat ‘flexible’ phones simply bent. So, this is when I ask the question: “How could it bend?”, as according to Apple, the screen is covered by tempered glass, which is scratch and it is extremely tough.

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