Fortunately for you, we now have the answer.
In a new YouTube video, FullMag's Richard Ryan sparked up a Molotov cocktail and threw it at the new iPhone 7, which was propped up on cylinder blocks just feet from Ryan. The cocktail exploded into a ball of flames, leaving the new phone cracked and "hot as crap." Overall, though, Ryan said in the video that "it's not that horrible."
The video is almost 9 minutes long, but only the first two minutes or so are worth watching.
For the record, Apple never claimed that the iPhone 7 was flame-resistant, so you probably won't be covered if you decide to toss a Molotov cocktail at your new phone.
It's not the first time that the dudes over at FullMag have attacked an iPhone. They've also "unboxed" the iPhone 7 with a shotgun, tried to chop it in half with a Katana sword, and even shot it with a bow and arrow.
The videos are a part of FullMag's "iPhone 7: 7 Days of Destruction" series, with today being Day 3. So we can expect more shenanigans and destroyed iPhones this week.
While FullMag is testing how the iPhone 7 handles explosions, Samsung is recalling their Galaxy Note 7 phones, which are exploding because of their own battery. Recently, a Florida man's jeep was totaled when his Samsung exploded. Just days after that, a 6-year-old boy in Brooklyn was injured when the phone exploded in the boy's hands.