While Apple doesn’t suggest that you take your iPhone 7 surfing, that didn’t prevent one star surfer from testing the new leader’s water resistance.
Kai Lenny, a Red Bull-supported water sports competitor, took a standard water resistance test to as far as possible. In a video transferred to YouTube, the surfer took a few models of Apple’s iPhone surfing — including the past era iPhone 6s and 6s Plus — and contrasted their water resistance with the new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, which are the initial two telephones that Apple cases are really water-safe, Sports Illustrated reported.
You can watch the Apple iPhone 7 and 6s take their separate dunks in the video beneath:
In the video, the iPhone 6s and the iPhone 6s Plus both experienced a 10-minute surfing session. As anyone might expect, both of the gadgets endured under five minutes in the sea before passing on. Lenny then took the iPhone 7 for a 30-minute surf, and the telephone survived uncommonly well — just maintaining slight sound stifling in the wake of being presented to salt water. The iPhone 7 Plus did somewhat more awful. While the gadget didn’t pass on from a consequence of its 30-minute dunk, it experienced some more noteworthy sound issues than its littler cousin.
It’s important that the iPhone 7 likewise ended up being somewhat more solid than the iPhone 7 Plus amid a Square Trade drop and dunk test — winning a higher strength score than the iPhone 7 Plus and the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, as indicated by CNET.
Be that as it may, despite the fact that Lenny’s test was, in every practical sense, a win, you might need to cease from taking your own particular iPhone 7 surfing. Truth be told, surfing is one of the exercises that Apple particularly demoralizes that you endeavor with an iPhone. Along these lines, it’s keen to not attempt this at home.