Torture testing the iPhone 4S Video
Torture testing the iPhone 4S Video Transcript
-- Today we are torture testing the iPhone four S now I know it's not a new product but you all want to know how it can handle the so actually we're gonna start with the -- two hours. In the freezer. Go home and even white -- no good. Buddy. So it is then two hours let's rescue our iPhone four S from the freezer and see how it's -- We're learning to expect condensation and ice crystals at this point and we have them. We had expects its not coming up. The moment troops out now probably gonna. To -- both. -- couldn't select -- because it was so crested ever thanks. -- -- -- It's doing this this new. Though. The battery died look at did not think that common. Now this went in there. More and then about two thirds of the way charge so that's kind of interesting that the battery seemed to have suffered we will charge it up for a little while let it stop. See how it's still and -- -- became on of assuming it's okay but it. That's Canon and the battery thing. Let's see if it'll come back -- And eaten. You can -- look at that interesting so the battery is back to Apple. So that was just kind of a weird like -- because of the column. So we got a little hiccup. But I'll now it's still seems to have made it. And it. And you got a little -- -- at our iPhone has been -- literary meant death for a little over an hour at a perfect. 150 degrees because we have this thing down to a site. Just slightly too -- to -- I this is cooled off nicely I meanwhile totally sledding standing -- starter area because it is hot in here. Let's see -- phone is doing. The problem I'm starting to think that we are actually nowhere near the top operating temperatures for these devices this bond. Acts like it is how to stay at the beach. -- to time for the drop we'll do three heights and then an extreme drop let's get started three. -- you want. -- We actually have damaged you can -- -- purple line right there. Is -- -- -- let's keep going and 321. -- screen has gone to be blue screen of death at this point. And this phone is not like to be jobs. I've turned off -- restarting. Can't say I've got -- half a million times nothing like that never healthy. It's back on vacancy we still have that purple line is pretty surprising actually at well lets drop it from. Shoulder height. -- -- more damage that can do three TU one. We're back to blue screen of death maybe it's because the battery was almost I don't know. I gotta say though it's not broke in its source so gonna conductor extreme test. Now we happen across CBS interactive president inland -- -- gods was never. Going to say -- to the opportunity to throw the -- on forest on the stairs and and I don't know com. The three starting over and over to restart itself. -- Can't -- see any chips. But it won't -- can credit -- pretty dirty. Guarantee you those might actually be totally broken very happily did some damage to its -- -- have a little chip as I can thing of the -- will. Better nestled -- effective. -- for results that. Think this is. And this happens to this -- -- him. It's a pass fail grade anything Sylvester fail well I think this -- a little bit of a baby -- her. It's pretty good now in general we definitely we took a little couple chunks out of it but aren't -- the -- -- -- run over. -- -- -- -- -- -- Right time for the -- test here we -- -- -- -- Limits of their first I can't. This is there anything. About 32 -- of -- I can think it's -- still gonna take -- out here. Just. Turn off the screen. -- an Apple event. It's actually responding to the water pretty well didn't seem to have any company -- the screen stayed on. I know that our iPhone has survived the water -- it's time for the wild card we asked and you answered. Several of you told me on Twitter that you have put your iPhone through the wash cycle but leaving it in the pocket -- your pants so. That's what we're gonna do today. We got some money here. -- machines. Onto the screen up at the phone will stay powered on. -- months back pocket and see some light on why this person that. Detergent and can be. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- wash cycle is finished let's imagine we just realized our iPhone four S was on her pocket and dish it out. -- -- -- When an unfortunate does every now and I know you're not supposed to do this but I think what everyone we -- doing this situation is. Okay it's not coming on we are gonna put it in the drive existing -- I cannot imagine a scenario and what's this iPhone survives going to the washing machine. But I guess you never know you open this up and they are too. -- -- There's a little iPhone. Okay now personally I'm gonna have a heart attack if -- iPhone somehow survive going through the washing machine but you never now. -- got -- in our drive -- for three days let's open up. Try to turn it -- and we wanna -- Anything. Or -- thing. No surprise there the iPhone four S does not come line after being -- and washing machine. I don't know maybe you'll try to recover it somehow but I think we're gonna have to call that -- -- not very surprising --
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