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Submitted by johnselby 729d ago | article

The iPhone 5 Damage Report: Two Months Later

Gizmodo: The iPhone 5 isn't the biggest or fastest, but it's held up to physical standards of perfection that make the immaculate womb of Mary look like amateur hour. The phone is supposed to be a consummate beauty. But after two months of constant use, it's already showing wear and tear. Scratch-phobes, beware. (Gadgets, iPhone, iPhone 5, Mac)

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Aussiegamer  +   728d ago
Well here is my damage report after owning an iphone 5 for 1 month (sold on ebay yesterday). Anyway so I work in an office, phone has scratches all around the edges, who knows what from, back of the phone has scratches. Phone looks like its about a year old.

By by iphone, nokia 920 here I come.

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