FullMag Performs Deadly Test On IPhone 6S

Posted: Oct 5 2015, 1:08pm CDT | by , Updated: Oct 5 2015, 7:35pm CDT, in News | Apple

Arrow Scratch Performs Deadly Test On iPhone 6S

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iPhone 6S finally destroyed

The Arms enthusiasts and slow-mo video specialists from FullMag has another experiment and try with the brand new Apple iPhone 6S.

Although the smartphone has been available for only few weeks now, but specialist and experts have taken various chances to destroy this magnificent phone.

In this case, by FullMag, the iPhone 6S has gone through the Bear Archery Method bow. The supposed scratch test has the iPhone 6S scarcely touched by the arrow.

Though the video did not show it very clearly, but after this so called excruciating Arrow-test the phone has all the capability to work properly with just a 3cm scratch.

Despite the claims that the shooter is "not that good of a... archer", the second shot is pointed opposite to its back and the bowman shoots it right on.

The phone becomes dead after this try. Good for bowman though! Finally someone succeeded to defeat iPhone 6S in any platform.

Well! It’s not the first time anyone has tried to fight the durability of iPhone 6S. However, if you don’t know please take a look at how 7000-series aluminum fares against a 50 Caliber rifle or liquid nitrogen.

Though it can be just that you are presumably overdoing it.

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