VIDEO: iPhone 6s Destroyed in Hot Molten Lava

Have you ever wondered what would happen if you dropped your iPhone into volcanic lava? Now you don’t have to. YouTube user TechRax tossed his rose gold iPhone 6s underneath a blob of molten lava and recorded it all on video.

At first, the iPhone just smolders in the lava which is usually somewhere around 1,740 °F. What we don’t see is the glass screen cracking, plastic melting and the battery starting to liquify.

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And then after a few seconds, the iPhone can’t handle much more and catches on fire. RIP.


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TechRax has made a name for himself by destroying Apple products in different extreme situations. If you liked this video, then you might want to watch some of his other videos like this one of an iPhone taking a bath in the toxic chemical Bromine.

Via YouTube

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