Yesterday my note 20 ultra cracked when I pressed the power button, apparently this is a know problem across the Samsung note products with the edge to edge screen. I have never dropped this phone and it is in a thick leather wallet case.Luckily I have a phone warranty with Google Fi and they are replacing my phone for a $200 deductible.
I love the hypothetical what if games. Except there's one problem with your theory...the impact point for one, is under the glass and the stress crack points grows outwards from that point. Besides that, do you realize how dumb your argument is. The magnets are double layered it soft leather it would take a tremendous amount of force to even make this remotely possible. Plus, the edge to edge silicone in the case kind of makes it impossible as well; then there is the fact of me physically watching the screen crack as I pressed the power button. Any more brain busters you can think of?
I know this is to hard for you to understand so I will include a picture. The circle is where the crack stress point started and the arrow is where the magnets wrapped in four layers of leather are.
The snap device comment had me and my co-workers laughing so hard because we all have specialized training in identifying stress crack failures on different materials used on aircrafts including different glass materials. I have to post this on Facebook so everyone else can laugh at this too. The extent a Samsung employee will go to cover something up or ignore its customers.