Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max was left unscathed in a recent drop test against Galaxy S22 Ultra from Samsung and maybe new owners of Apple’s flagship phones are buying cases.

There is a major caveat here. YouTuber PhoneBuff’s new iPhone 14 Pro Max CVS Galaxy S22 UYltra drop test (opens in a new tab) was funded by – you guessed it – case maker Casetify. The result of no phone surviving is clearly in the best interest of the case maker. Even so, we’ve seen drop tests of previous iPhones that used similar drop devices, ground distances, and a battery of tests. The results we saw weren’t surprising, but they’re also a good reminder that these are metal devices wrapped in glass — tempered glass — but glass nonetheless.

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