I must ﬁnd out how much money these people are making off of YouTube videos of their iPhones bending, dropping, and otherwise getting damaged. It must be pretty decent if they're willing to damage a brand new iPhone 6s Plus to do it.
American viewers, you're in for a special treat with this particular Bend Test video: at 0:40, Christian from FoneFox gives "aluminum" the UK treatment and says ăl"yo͝omĭn'ēəm! That's so freakin' cool!
It took two able-bodied men to cause the iPhone 6s Plus to bend.
Yeah, the phones are just video props. They cost a lot less than the video will make. The goal is to increase their subscribers and get partner status. They make quite a bit from ad revenue. YouTube partners can easily make $250,000+ per year.