iPhone 6 Plus meets liquid nitrogen in torture test
posted by Maxwell R. / Sep 19, 2014, 9:05 PM
Sometimes, you need to literally shatter your intended target with a sledgehammer, but not before you dip it in a small tub of liquid nitrogen. In this case, the newly released iPhone 6 Plus gets a rather chilling introduction just hours after it was purchased. Of course, in true RatedRR fashion, all the action was captured in high-quality slow-motion video.
For those that do not know, liquid nitrogen boils at negative-321 degrees Fahrenheit (-196 centigrade). It is used in all sorts of practical applications, and it also serves as a cryogenic fluid, meaning it can instantly freeze living tissue. It is sometimes used in a method of removing cancerous tissue.
It is also used in rapid fire-extinguishing systems, preservation of reproductive cells, shrink welding, cooling, and superconductor applications.
The team at RatedRR wasted no time in likely being the first to introduce a new series of torture tests for the iPhone 6 Plus. If using liquid nitrogen is the first test, we cannot wait to see the rest. As you might expect, the end result was shattering.
Best VIDEO TO DATE since the iDiot drop his phone on purpose like the Terminator terminate the T1000 XD
posted on Sep 19, 2014, 9:07 PM 8
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Is this really apporpriate? Where in this planet where we encounter liquid nitrogen every single minute of every day? Did you do this to a sn4? Omg.
posted on Sep 19, 2014, 9:08 PM 3
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People these days have nothing better to do.
posted on Sep 19, 2014, 9:13 PM 5
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Dude, do you even know RatedRR ????? They arent real tests, they just like to destroy phones for fun and money. Why would they make a 50cal vs iPhone video? Which moron would click on it and think ah yiss I wanna see how the iPhone survives this. But i understand your anger because they called it 'test', should be iPhone 6 vs hammer
posted on Sep 20, 2014, 8:13 PM 0
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Still fun to watch....its doesnt feel as bad apposed to the Australian kid dropping his iPhone
posted on Sep 19, 2014, 9:12 PM 3
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This is just stupid, why not just do the famous drop test instead of this kind of useless s**t? That's why I don't subscribe to this kind of channel. RatedMoron.
posted on Sep 19, 2014, 9:16 PM 5
Posts: 867; Member since: Sep 09, 2009
I work with liquid nitrogen. This is just theatrics, and provides no useful information. It is a stunt and why am I not surprised that it is applied to an iPhone? What rubbish, and a waste of good liquid nitrogen. As for the text - why not include the one thing where non-scientists might see liquid nitrogen used legitimately and very commonly? Dermatologists use it for warts as well as skin cancers. And for fire suppression, I'm not at all sure that it is a real use. If it is, it is being used in a very small niche application.
posted on Sep 19, 2014, 10:02 PM 2
Posts: 76; Member since: Jan 03, 2010
Everyone seems to be hating how less than useful this video is. When using liquid nitrogen to completely destroy something the only point is to completely destroy the phone. People like things going smash! (And boom!). While you may not be subscribing to it, there are many that are. =) Slo-mo is hot right now. =)
posted on Sep 20, 2014, 10:32 AM 1
Posts: 205; Member since: Jun 30, 2014
this guy doesn't seem to be 'mechanically inclined'. the reason the back held up so well is because the build sucks on the new iphones. the screen popped out, just like his blender vid... and every drop test i have seen so far. thus the screen took the brunt of the sledge.
posted on Sep 21, 2014, 10:01 AM 0
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