iPhone 5S vs. iPhone 5C Drop Tests Compared by Phone Doctors With 11 Popular Drop Tests

Phone Doctors takes a look at how the iPhone 5S stacks up to the iPhone 5C with eleven iPhone 5S vs. iPhone 5C drop tests at PhoneDoctors.com

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iPhone 5S vs 5C Drop Tests

iPhone 5S vs 5C Drop Tests

We took a look at the reports we most commonly received from our customers. Chances are, consumers are more likely to drop an iPhone off of their lap or off the top of their car than they are to have it shot with a bullet.

Tulsa, OK (PRWEB) September 26, 2013

Phone Doctors provides a comprehensive review of the iPhone 5S versus the iPhone 5C in a series of eleven drop tests based on actual drops reported by customers at the Phone Doctors national mail-in repair center and multiple Phone Doctors retail locations.

“The iPhone 5 is certainly a step up from prior versions, so we were excited to see the how the iPhone 5S versus iPhone 5C drop test results fared,” said Tony Baker, Strategic Consultant at Phone Doctors.

“We took a look at the reports we most commonly received from our customers. Chances are, consumers are more likely to drop an iPhone off of their lap or off the top of their car than they are to have it shot with a bullet, so we kept that in mind during our iPhone 5S versus iPhone 5C drop tests. That’s why we performed 11 different real-world tests showing the most common types of falls that the typical iPhone 5S or iPhone 5C will take,” said Baker.

According to an post at Phone Doctors, this test was designed to be as real as possible with what these iPhones can withstand on typical average drops.

Examples on how people break their phones include:

  • iPhone 5S vs. 5C slipping from a shoulder to ear conversation
  • iPhone 5S vs. 5C slipping from out of a pocket
  • iPhone 5S vs. 5C in shirt pocket and leaning over
  • iPhone 5S vs. 5C left on top of car and driving off
  • And several other tests.

The Phone Doctors iPhone 5S vs. 5C drop test video is available at the official Phone Doctors website and Phone Doctors Video YouTube channel.

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Phone Doctors specializes in the repair of all major devices including iPhones, iPads, iPods, Androids and Tablets as well as provide device protection and gear. Phone Doctors also offers replacement devices to no contract customers.

Phone Doctors has six corporate locations in Northeastern Oklahoma and Northwestern Arkansas, as well as licensed dealers across the U.S. and Canada For more information about iPhone repair and other popular repairs, please call 1-855-234-9483 or visit: http://phonedoctors.com.