The only ever iPhone I have dropped and cracked the screen on was the glass-on-glass iPhone 4.
I am not so sure that going back to glass is such a great idea. But then again it’s rumored for the iPhone 7 so that’s a problem for me to cope with in September 2016.
A new rumor out of Apple’s supply chain in Asia suggests that the company could be returning to using ultra-thin glass-on-glass touch panels for next year’s line of iPhones, but will remain using in-cell touch panels for the “iPhone 6s” and “iPhone 6s Plus,” both predicted to launch this month (viaÂ DigiTimes). The sources cite Apple’s issues with production bottlenecks of the in-cell technology which prevent the company from “adding new features as well as increasing resolutions.”