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YouTube channel GizmoSlip found out.
Searching for the right case for your new iPhone can be a nightmare. With so many choices, all promising unparalleled protection, it’s hard to find the right one.
And so they glued a bunch of bouncy balls around an iPhone and dropped it off the top of a parking garage. Sadly, the iPhone didn’t bounce—the balls exploded on impact, while the iPhone skid across the road. (The iPhone survived.)
We can’t wait to see what GizmoSlip does next to this poor, but still functioning, iPhone.
Screengrab via GizmoSlip/YouTube
Imad Khan is a gaming and esports reporter. His work has been featured on Digital Trends and ESPN.