Watching the iPhone 7 get pancaked by hydraulic press is incredibly gratifying
posted by Ben R. / Sep 17, 2016, 6:38 PM
Where the aforementioned S7 edge destruction saw the device laid flat, this particular instance deals with the device from a standing stance. Of course, the hydraulic press makes pretty light work of the new iPhone and its metallic housing, which has been toughened by Apple post-Bendgate.
Maybe it's just us, but we definitely take a perverse pleasure in watching the mobile industry's darlings folded into nothingness. The iPhone 7 may be an expensive and highly sought after handset, but in a world ruled by the hydraulic press, it's a mere peasant.
Provided by the folks at the Hydraulic Press Channel on YouTube, we're sure this is the most satisfying thing you'll see online all weekend. Then again, this largely depends on the kinds of sites you like to frequent.
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Put the Nokia 3310 under it and see what happens.
posted on Sep 17, 2016, 7:00 PM 1
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I think he already did... and nothing happened... :v
posted on Sep 17, 2016, 7:57 PM 1
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They should do that with all Iphones just to piss off Apple and maybe then they'll come up with something new
posted on Sep 17, 2016, 7:29 PM 9
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Resistance is futile!
posted on Sep 17, 2016, 7:34 PM 2
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So hey troll, I usually hate to entertain blind trolls like you, but here is a proof that maybe you can use to shut your mouth for once. http://imgur.com/vh32gX2
posted on Sep 17, 2016, 8:13 PM 3
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Am I the only one enjoy to see this cr@p get thrashed?
posted on Sep 17, 2016, 9:06 PM 3
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Yes......and I think you should seek psychiatric attention immediately. People don't usually enjoy seeing things mangled, especially expensive things.
posted on Sep 17, 2016, 9:08 PM 4
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Like people that still religiously defend that "SAMSUNG" logo despite all the explosions... The difference is you really mean what you say while I know Samsung is still a good brand. You actually hate a company and users of its products for no good reason.
posted on Sep 18, 2016, 1:57 AM 2
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Nope, this is the right treatment for a crappy product.
posted on Sep 17, 2016, 9:25 PM 2
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First of all, I'm not an Apple fan, but I can't understand this stupidity to destroy a phone like that. What user will put their phone, Apple or Android under such a stress? What is even worst is the comment of the editorial guy this wannabe Ben R, that he actually enjoy it such an stupid and useless test! Read his comment: "Maybe it's just us, but we definitely take a perverse pleasure in watching the mobile industry's darlings folded into nothingness. The iPhone 7 may be an expensive and highly sought after handset, but in a world ruled by the hydraulic press, it's a mere peasant" A total nonsense!
posted on Sep 18, 2016, 12:05 AM 0
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