It really is popular that many full touch-screen cell phones available today come with a scratch proof display covering known as the ‘Gorilla Glass.’ Manufactured by a New York based firm Corning Glass, the Gorilla Glass lets smartphone producers to feature a big bit of display on the front of the unit without worrying about probability of too much breakdowns or scratches. Even though this might appear to be a simple fix today, way back in 2006-2007 when Apple was preparing for the original iPhone kick off, this was not that easy.
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