Its time to scratch the Sapphire display of the series 3 Apple watch.
In depth look at the Apple 'Sapphire' camera lens: https://youtu.be/Zx4hRmuW6TM
What do you think? Would you prefer the base watch or the premium version of the watch?
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Ok so they are using shitty sapphire like very very low grade sapphire. For 1300 bucks use pure fucking sapphire apple sheep will always buy it anyway they could use plastic with aluminum dust and call it sapphire and they will still buy it lolol
Your video is misleading and clickbait. The scratches are from the coating applied on top of the sapphire. They had to coat it because the sapphire crystal was causing display contrast loss. Regular watches don’t need coating since they don’t have an oled screen. I have gen 1 and 3 Apple Watch and haven’t seen a scratch yet. I’m pretty sure that if your sapphire does scratch Apple will replace. That being said nobody is purposely stretching their watches with diamond tips except for this guy.
What may be happening is there may be an anti-reflective coating layer on the outside of the sapphire crystal getting scratched. On watches that have AR coatings on the outside of the crystal, even though the base material of the crystal may be pure sapphire, the AR coating layer can still be visibly scratched. This occurs to some other high-end watch manufacturers' watches--for example, the German company Sinn, known for making no-B.S. tool watches for German public and armed services, run into this issue (which honestly mystifies me). Watch enthusiasts sometimes even intentionally rub external AR coatings off of their sapphire-crystal watches with power tools so they can enjoy the imperviousness of the sapphire underneath without worrying about scratching the less-impervious AR coating. Others will avoid externally AR-coated watches altogether (in favor of watches that either have no AR coating at all or have an AR coating applied to the inside surface of the crystal). Apple may have applied a scratchable AR layer to the outside of the Apple Watch Edition's crystal--and possibly also to the iPhone's external lens--, and perhaps this is the "impurity" that you found with the electron microscope!
Excellent review. Normally, in a daily routine v dont go through lavel 8 scratch i think.. Secondly, price is high i admit but its coming with software and some features.. It should b around 500 to 600 dollara
Guys as I reading through this comment section. I see a lot of comments about “Apple lies” “Apple is scamming people”, etc. I don’t think Apple is technically lying here...... It is REAL sapphire it’s just not as pure as the tissot. They never said for example “it’s 85% sapphire” or something. They just said it’s sapphire. FYI nothing can be pure sapphire on a phone or watch display, only on jewelry. So in conclusion, the tissot is just has a more pure version of sapphire so, it holds up to stronger scratches. Have a great day
Series 1:let’s make a watch that’s pretty cool and kinda new technology-$150
Series 2:let’s do the same thing but make bigger and have a different software-$350
Series 3:let’s add a red dot and make it expensive-$430
Also, it could be that Apple is using anti reflective coating on the topside - which would scratch way before the sapphire and do look like scratches on the glass. A lot of watch brands do this, but tissot doesn't (they only coat the inside).
Reality Check, Poor people walking around in designer clothes, expensive phones and driving fancy cars but struggle with food bills, Rich people use cost effective phones, plain clothes and modest transport, you have to ask yourself do you really need to be so Vain?
I have a Longines watch with sapphire glass. I have had 2 motorbike accidents where it came through my jacket and scraped against road. It has only the tiniest scratch on the glass even though I gouged the bezel quite badly.