iPhone Underwater

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by CarlosJr__, Jan 23, 2012.

  1. CarlosJr__

    CarlosJr__ New Member

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    Is it possible that the moisture sensor from the iPhone was affected in this situation: ?





    Tkz
     
  2. Rugaby

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    Since the phone didn't get wet. No.

    I'm not sure the point of this was?
    To make it look like the phone was on water? It doesn't prove "the iPhone can receive calls while submerged" because the phone wasn't submerged.
    I want my two minutes of my life back.
     
  3. dxanimefan

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    Have to agree with Rugaby on this one, we are all familiar with the air vacuum concept, it is the exact same principle used in diving bells for deep submergence so nothing special in the first video so cookies for you. In regards to the second video, freezing you iPhone in a plastic airtight container does not mean it won't work, it just means that doing it again will result in the ambient air in the box to freeze when in the freezer and thaw creating moisture which will then rust on your phone's internal circuitry and make the phone useless. No cookies here either but I think you deserve a Darwin Award (http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Darwin_award)
     
  4. RoofMonkey

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    WOW... Basic science at work. Duuhh. Says YouTube wasn't available after I typed a little nasty comment. So I'm out at least 4 minutes.
    You really want to submerge it?
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  5. CarlosJr__

    CarlosJr__ New Member

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    Hi,
    My objective is to test the iPhone and to make 1001 different things with it... I am trying to Blog that... Please verify the v-Blog
    http://1001thingstodowithaniPhone.blogspot.com
    or the other video below... Do you think, now, the moisture sensor was affected ?! hahaha... I can assure that the iPhone became silent in a call ! hahaha

    Answers:
    Rugaby: I would like to show the "Air Pressure" effect on that video. The call was only to have a little fun ! Thanks a lot by the comment and I am sorry to steal two minutes of your life ! lololol ... Please see the video below...

    Dxanimefan: hahah, I did not know the Darwin Award...It is cool! ... I will try to contribute, but I need to do 1001 things with an iPhone first! Tks by comment...

    RoofMonkey: Those cases are a good choice.. I'll try to purchase one... See the video below... tks.




    See ya, tks..
     

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