iPhone 13 Pro Max durability tested in new video

We see similar testings with every new iPhone. If people were fascinated with bending cellphones in the beginning, the drop test is now one of the most critical for customers. If you’re curious about how the iPhone 13 Pro Max handles drops from various heights, look no further.

EverythingApplePro, a YouTuber, wanted to put the iPhone 13 Pro Max and iPhone 13 Pro through some drop tests. He is got you covered if you don’t want to learn from your mistakes.

Thanks to the Ceramic Shield, Apple claims that the iPhone 13 boasts the “toughest glass in any smartphone.” Despite the fact that glass is glass and can break. Furthermore, this year’s iPhones are heavier than last year’s model. Is the iPhone 13 becoming more fragile as a result of this?

When Apple promotes the Ceramic Shield – which it does frequently – the iPhone is never shown crashing on hard ground. This time, EverythingApplePro presents one of the worst-case scenarios, but one that is all too real: a concrete floor.

When he drops both iPhones three times from the height of a table, they are free of scratches. The iPhone 13 Pro screen didn’t withstand and broke at the height of a person chatting on the phone, but the 13 Pro Max was alright. Both phones were in perfect functioning order.

The back of the iPhone 13 Pro damage at a height of about 10 feet, but the 13 Pro Max remained stationary, with only minor scratches in the stainless steel finish. However, when it landed with the screen facing down, it ultimately broke, despite the fact that it was still functional.


Of course, you shouldn’t try this with your brand-new iPhone. And, while the iPhone 13 Pro Max performed admirably in our test, your phone may break more readily and at a lower height in everyday use.

Don’t forget to include a screen protector, a case, and, if available in your location, AppleCare+. That way, even if your $999 phone breaks, you can acquire a new one for a modest charge.

Check out EverythingApplePro’s newest video below if you enjoy watching pricey phones break:

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