Apple's phones are beautiful but have fragile designs full of glass.
SquareTrade, a device insurer, has performed so-called "drop tests" on the two new iPhone XS devices.
The glass on both devices broke when dropped from six feet.
But the test found that the iPhone XS Max, with a bigger screen, was only a "medium risk" to break, as compared to the smaller iPhone XS, which was scored as a "high risk" to break.
Did you spend over $1000 on a new iPhone XS or iPhone XS Max this weekend?
You might want to be careful, because despite Apple saying they use the "most durable glass ever in a smartphone," the new iPhones tend to break when dropped, according to new drop tests by SquareTrade, a device insurer.
The new iPhones, like last year's models, have a glass design — there's glass on the front, and a glass shell on the back to enable wireless charging. The glass is made by Corning, which Apple has invested in.