iPhone 7 outlast Samsung Galaxy S7 in 35-foot water submersion

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On the off chance that we discuss rivalry in the realm of innovation, there is no equivalent to driving Apple and Samsung with their cell phones. Also, this is something exceptionally delightful. Other than being useful for both organizations, which a seemingly endless amount of time surpass themselves, likewise it benefits us, purchasers.

The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus are without precedent for the historical backdrop of Apple, impervious to water and clean. Both gadgets have been guaranteed to IP67 water resistance, while the Samsung Galaxy S7 was delegated IP68.

A new video on a test water resistance among smartphones Apple and Samsung has been posted on YouTube recently. And the results have been amazing. Do you dare to see it with us?

Test of water resistance to 10 meters deep

 

Near test the new water resistance between the iPhone 7 and the Galaxy S7 has picked to cell phone Apple as the undisputed champ notwithstanding having a lower accreditation.

In the drenching 3 meters submerged, both cell phones as yet working impeccably. At the point when the gadgets were submerged under 15 meters, the Galaxy S7 started to restart and initiated Siri iPhone 7.

Both practices are generally uncommon, however when cell phones 10 meters inundated for 5 minutes, the Galaxy S7 passed on, and the iPhone 7 kept on working, in spite of the fact that he came back to actuate Siri.

 

Apple’s recommendation

Interestingly, Apple does not recommend submerging the iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus for a long time under water. However, EverythingApplePro guys have shown again and again in their videos that is virtually impossible to “drown” the new iOS smartphone with 10.

While it is important to note that, as we said Apple, the water resistance of the iPhone 7 will progressively degraded or wearing as time passes. So you know guys/girls, very careful when give you those wonderful selfies in writers. 😉

 

Via | iDB

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