Cases are something that can really either make your phone look even better, add personality to your phone, or for most people, make your phone a heck of a lot more durable. Therefore, surely LEGO, the toy that as a kid we all loved and all stood on and all received serious pain from would work as a great protection case for the iPhone 6s?
Well, the video below takes us through the process of what it would look like and how it would work to put a LEGO case on your iPhone 6s and whether that would then stop it from breaking.
The case is a home-made case by whomever the narrator of the video is. You can clearly tell the video is intended for comedic purposes as the case is clearly, in no way, a practical case for day-to-day use. Then when he shows you the back and how you can see the Apple logo, you know for sure that this guy isn’t taking things too seriously.
He then proceeds to drop it from over 100 feet off the top of a building, hoping that in some possible way, it might survive this and not shatter into many pieces like all forms of LEGO usually does.
Unfortunately, however, it does shatter like normal LEGO. I mean, you drop any form of LEGO masterpiece from 100 feet and it is likely to shatter. But what about the phone itself?
Somehow, yes, somehow, the phone is still working! We are talking absolutely no cracks, let alone a shattered screen like you’d expect!
So there you have it folks, if you’re in the market for a brand new protective iPhone case, then don’t bother going out and buying some recognised brand that protects phones. Go out and buy yourself a little tub of LEGO or the LEGO you already have at home and craft yourself a case out of that instead. It will apparently working just as well as any other form of protective case when it comes to dropping your iPhone! Amazing!