Gorilla Glass screen smartphones are mostly worn by the output current. Gorilla Glass technology enables smartphone screen resistant to scratches.
The appearance of the screen 'sapphire' may provide a new alternative for smartphone manufacturers. iPhone 6, one of the handsets that reportedly will use the sapphire screen, not Gorilla Glass.
Reported by Techradar, Tuesday (07/08/2014), Apple developed the sapphire and upload a video showing the superiority of the screen. In the YouTube video, displayed front panel iPhone 6 screen 4.7-inch sapphire.
Video duration of four minutes 15 seconds shows what part of the front panel of the iPhone screen 6. Video also shows differences iPhone 6 screen size (4.7 inches) with the iPhone 5S (4 inches).
In the video sharing website, the front panel of the iPhone 6 looks flexible and slender. This contrasts with Gorilla Glass display which claimed more rigid.
The Cupertino-based company invested money of USD500 million for sapphire production facility in Arizona. Previous rumors said that Apple will abandon Corning Gorilla Glass screen and using sapphire