iphone6s-ifixit-waterproof

Perhaps you have read our news from last week in which it comes to water resistance of the new iPhone 6s and 6s Plus. We showed you a video which clearly shows that both smartphone withstand more than an hour under water, which is really impressive. But perhaps more impressive is that Zach Straley shows the test lasted 48 hours and two smartphones have continued to work!

But if the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus are really waterproof why Apple has not announced that ability? The answer to the mystery of this already notorious water resistance comes from iFixit, who dismantled the new iPhone 6s, to show how the phone continues to operate under water without damage.

Experts from iFixit discovered almost invisible but vital internal gaskets designed to protect the internal components such as the display and motherboard from corrosion and short circuits. Unfortunately buttons switch (off) and to decrease and increase the volume and headphone jack and speakers are not so protected, which is enough to convince us that the deliberate immersion in water is definitely not recommended.

Prolonged immersion in deeper waters, such as swimming pool, where the pressure is greater, will certainly damage the devices. Especially discouraged is immersion in salt water. The “Don’t Try This at Home” is true!

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