We’re right on the cusp on the iPhone 13, but some parts of the industry are already looking forward to the iPhone 14 in 2022. While we’re not likely to hear much about that phone until the iPhone 13’s fervor dies down, a JPMorgan Chase investor’s call might have revealed a possible detail about the 2022 iPhone.

As reported by iPhone Wired, the iPhone 14 Pro could use a titanium alloy body, making it extremely durable. A titanium alloy will likely be more resistant to scratches, corrosion, and bending than stainless steel or aluminum. However, it tends to show fingerprints and its durability makes it resistant to etching (for the Apple logo, most importantly).