iPhone 7 Camera Lens Confirmed by Apple to Be Made of Sapphire

When you’re a company as large as Apple, you will definitely become the subject of controversy and after the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus were announced without a 3.5mm headphone jack, the next set of eyebrows were raised towards the camera lens.

There was a YouTube video (given at the bottom) that raised suspicions regarding Apple’s claims towards Sapphire lens being incorporated on the iPhone 7 camera, but the company has assured us that the newly announced smartphone duo comes shipped with Sapphire glass. Still, there is more information on the matter that you would be interested in gaining insight towards.

iPhone 7 Does Feature a Sapphire Lens Protecting the Camera, But There’s More Than Meets the Eye

Apple has confirmed that both its iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus are using Sapphire glass according to the statement given below.

“Fracturing — as opposed to scratching — is what happens when you have something so incredibly thin — unlike the much thicker watch used for comparison — and you apply pressure with no level of control.”

In any case, the video posted beneath demonstrates that the focal point is scratching, when Sapphire can genuinely not be scratched this effortlessly. Notwithstanding, iMore reports that the lower hardness instruments are not really scratching the focal point, but rather breaking it. Here is the thing that the term implies as per sources near this matter.

So why is it being cracked in any case? The video demonstrates that the organization may have utilized a little layer of silicon, which is extraordinarily little in extent to whatever remains of the focal point. Later on, it was found that whatever is left of the material used to make the focal point is, truth be told, Sapphire. In any case, it is hard to discern whether the organization utilized a lower nature of Sapphire. As indicated by the source, Apple appears to have been utilizing the same sort of sapphire on its focal points since Sapphire focal points were presented with iPhone 5.

While it is conceivable, there is exceptionally data to affirm this, and despite the fact that you have the video right in front you, the individual behind the camera must run an assortment of tests in controlled situations keeping in mind the end goal to affirm. Still, Apple is endeavoring to persuade us that the material utilized as a part of making the focal point is in fact Sapphire.