Apple hasn't confirmed any features for the next iPhone model, but that hasn't stopped parts from leaking onto the Internet, and the latest shows a 4.7-inch display put through some serious abuse. Assuming the video is legit, it backs up bigger display rumors and shows the glass for the next model is surprisingly durable.
YouTube video maker Marques Brownlee subjected what looks to be the surface glass from an iPhone to knife stabs and scratches, key scratches, and extreme bending. In the end, the only marks on the glass were his fingerprints. The glass also offered amazing clarity and didn't show any distortions or color shifting.
Apple has been rumored to be using its own sapphire glass for the next iPhone model's display. If the display glass Mr. Brownlee managed to get ahold of is for the iPhone 6, and actually is synthetic sapphire glass, then Apple's need for Corning's Gorilla Glass will be coming to an end very soon.