When a drop test to a mobile device, it is dropped from heights where we could fall into everyday use, which is, at least, from the pocket and from the height of the head. It can be done with a more scientific method, but none of these methods had thought of launch an iPhone 7 from a helicopter.
That's exactly what Jonathan Morrison has done: he got on a helicopter, got on about 155m (500 feet) tall and launched its iPhone 7, but did not launch it completely naked, if not with a RhinoShield case that you can buy on Amazon from this link. To document everything, Morrison and his team recorded the fall with a conventional video camera and with the main camera of the iPhone 7.
The most extreme drop test you could imagine
What is perhaps most interesting about this drop test is that the iPhone 7 does not stop recording at any time. And, although the RhinoShield case protects the device so that it does not suffer damage, the blow by the brutal change of acceleration does take it, so it would not have been surprising if the iPhone 7 of this video had been blocked or restarted after The hit.
On the case, it's actually like a bumper like those that Apple sold until, if I remember correctly, the iPhone 4S, that is, a kind of rubber bezel that is put around the iPhone and leaves the screen and the back in the air, but not unprotected because the bumper It protrudes a little on both sides.
Thus, it is demonstrated that the sum of the iPhone 7 and the case of RhinoShield It is a good team that ensures the integrity of our iPhone, even if we have access to a helicopter. Of course, I would not do this test on purpose.
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