Like about 5 cm from a table with the screen facing down. So it's a very small height. But will it cause any damage to the glass? Obviously I'm not gonna try it but how might height would it take before you start to see cracks/small scratches on the display? Also can you tell me how many metres does it have to be for the glass to undergo damage if applicable? There is article that says "If it falls face down you might escape without too much damage because the stress of impact is spread across the entire surface. It would almost certainly undergo damage, which you maybe couldn’t see with the naked eye, which would cause it to shatter on a subsequent occasion. But if you drop your phone onto one of the corners, the uneven surface means the point of contact between the glass and ground is small and focused, directing the entire force of the impact onto one small point." But the thing is, the screen only has scratches, not cracks. And these scratches are extremely difficult to see unless you try and look for them. So did I still weaken the strength of the glass? Or does that only happen if there are actual cracks? I have examined the phone glass and there is not a single crack, just minor scratches. You literally have to use a flashlight to see them. Is it just the coating? Another reason why I'm bit confused is because there's an EverythingApplePro video of drop testing the SE vs 5s. He dropped the SE (the one with no case) from very high heights multiple times and it took a lot of times until the screen started to shatter, so is he just lucky or is the glass made to stand small drops?