2023 Author: Gordon Kinson | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-26 08:36
Lovers of all kinds of torture from RatedRR torment new Apple smartphones so violently that it's time for some human rights organization to intervene. This time, another brand new iPhone 6 Plus suffered. The "apple" phablet, originally from Palo Alto, was unlucky - it had to be tested by heaven and earth.
The difficult fate of 6 Plus is told in a 4-minute video that the RatedRR video blogger prepared for its subscribers. The torturer immediately decided to conduct a super-extreme test - to drop his iPhone from a height of 7-12 thousand feet (2-3.6 km) and see how durable its case and ion-hardened screen. No sooner said than done. A GPS receiver was attached to the back panel (in case the iPhone didn't survive the fall, and find it through Find iPhone), and the plane, loaded with gear, people and the iPhone 6 Plus, took to the sky.
The blogger and two of his friends jumped out of the plane not with a parachute, but in a Phoenix Fly Havok wingsuit - a special suit a la the famous flying squirrel. At some point, the ill-fated iPhone 6 Plus just flew down. Unfortunately, there was no wingsuit for him.
The search for the crashed iPhone on the ground went quickly. The smartphone fell on the field and remained operational - the 6 Plus was found via Find My iPhone, and not via GPS (the module, by the way, did not disappear from the back cover).
Well, he survived! But … We propose to evaluate the final result independently (starting from about 3:11):
By the way, the guys from Rated RR have already "tortured" not only this one, but also five more iPhone 6 Plus ! The Apple phablet has already passed the termite test, a blender, a sniper rifle, several drops at once (into the water, from one and a half meters) and liquid nitrogen. Fortunately for the new 6 Plus, they've either run out of money or the desire to torture the iPhone.
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