On the flip side if dropped it can shatter into a billion pieces, where the glass will break, but usually stay intact. Knowing how many people (including several friends of mine) have dropped their 4S's, cracked the glass and continued using it for awhile and/or then replaced the glass I have to wonder how much these replacement glasses will be. Considering a sapphire watch crystal is what, 3 or 4 times the cost of a glass one, it could be a huge increase in the repair costs. Time to buy stock in OtterBox... :laugh: :laugh:"Camera features
They have also updated the camera. On paper, it's better than the one in iPhone 4S with a new dynamic low light mode too (I wonder how it compares to Nokia's IOS) and a sapphire crystal. Knowing how scratched the glass on my iPhone is—making the photos not as crisp as when it was new—that's good news. Shapphire crystal is the hardest thing you can get this side of a diamond.