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Torture iPhone 7 with molten aluminum

Torture iPhone 7 with molten aluminum

In Techrax's experiment with wood chipper, molten aluminum and piranha, iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus could not survive.


In the first test, Techrax used molten aluminum at temperatures over 700 degrees Celsius on the iPhone 7 Plus. As a result, the device, though not melted, can not be used.

 

 

In tests other than wood shavers, both iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus were crushed and what remained were only the debris of both devices. The used wood shredder can crush a large tree, so getting a chopped iPhone is understandable.


The Piranha solution is a mixture of hydrogen peroxide and sulfuric acid, which is highly oxidizable, so it can wash most organic materials. Because of that, a black iPhone 7 Plus after being washed by this solution became white.

 

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