I've dropped a rose gold iPhone 6s a bunch of times, including on a hard glass surface. I know from experience if this were the iPhone 4 or 5, or even the 6, at minimum it would have scratched and deformed a bit, likely dented, and possibly a cracked screen. But the 6s -- not even a scratch. You would never, ever know my 6s has taken at least half a dozen falls on hard surfaces. But what's strange is no dings, no dents, no deformation. I'm looking at the 6s now, not a mark. One good thing Apple did was to eliminate the beveled edges, which helps maintain a clean appearance. But has anyone else noticed the iPhone 6s is much more rugged than past models? If you have, why is it so? Change in aluminum? Does the plastic banding on the top, bottom, and sides help absorb impact? And did they do something with the aluminum and coloring to greatly reduce scratches and dents?