Just to be fair, I believe the idea is to make the phone so robust that the glass is unlikely to get cracked in the first place. Cracked screens are absurdly common because it doesn't hurt the manufacturer to make them fragile. LCD faults are also pretty common though. If you reduce the smashed glass rate to lower than the LCD fault rate, then the risk tradeoff looks much better. And so the phone is designed so that you can drop it from 6 feet without smashing the glass, something I wouldn't suggest trying with an iPhone.
At least that's the idea. Nothing short of real-life statistics will prove it true or false.
I've had SIM card and SD card sockets go wrong on me before so I was hoping these would be replaceable without throwing away the entire core unit. No such luck it seems. It would have been cool if these had been embedded in the frame instead. I guess that would imply a lot of spring connectors though.
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