Although it is the most advanced Apple phone, the iPhone 13 Pro Max is thicker and heavier than the predecessor iPhone 12 Pro Max, and this is unfortunately reflected in a weaker fall protection.
Weighing in at 240 grams, the iPhone 13 Pro Max is the kind of phone that makes a unforgettable noise on contact with the floor, the sound of shards bouncing off the walls provides a first indication of the costly repair that will follow.
The most expensive iPhone of the moment has minimal chances to withstand a fall on asphalt or cement. Notorious for the difficulty of the replacement procedure, the glass panel applied to the back is poorly protected by the metal frame of the case, and the blows received from the back can leave deep marks on the camera ornament and its lenses.
Although, at this point in the experiment, both phones needed serious repairs, the top of the range Apple also suffered more cracks in the screen, compared to its rival Galaxy S21 Ultra. If behind the iPhone 13 Pro Max shards flew practically from the first fall, S21 Ultra kept its structural integrity much better, most of the damage being concentrated on the glass surfaces.
Easily anticipated, the experiment only shows how important it is to invest in a proper protective case and, in general, to handle the phone carefully.
Source: Go4IT by www.go4it.ro.
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