According to the YouTube video showing the Unbox Therapy bend test, the iPhone 6s Plus is a good enough weightlifter.
After the video shows an iPhone 6s and 6s Plus to stay under water for 48 hours with minimum to no damage, 6s Plus went to a "fitness" in a bending test video posted by Lewis Hilsenteger, on his YouTube channel, Unbox Therapy.
As shown in the video, the device does not begin to show signs of destruction until Hilsenteger puts 125 pounds on it.
In addition, in 100 pounds, the mobile there is absolutely no sign indicating that the weight affects the housing or its internal components.
This compared to the previous 5.5-inch model, 6s Plus, which would crash into 90 pounds of power. As the Unbox Therapy video shows, the new 7000 Series aluminum alloy used by Apple to build the new 6s and 6s Plus devices actually makes a big difference.
Ultimately, the tested model broke once the weight reached 180 pounds. It should also be noted that the total weight he supported was concentrated in the middle section, making it even more impressive, as this is the fastest way to make a slim device like 6s Plus to break into small pieces .
Overall, the Unbox Therapy experiment "get the iPhone 6s Plus in the gym" has shown that Apple's new 5.5-inch model can lift up to 100 kilograms, which is not bad for someone with 7,3 millimeters.
Also, although Apple released its new mobile phones one week ago, there is still no #bendgate on the horizon, a sign that good times are coming for owners of 5,5 inch iPhones.