Looking on the phone we can see an extra row of icons and a few other characteristics as this does have a 4.7″ display but Apple did release the iPhone 6 Plus
which has a 5.5″ display. Without further delay, lets go ahead and get dropping. So the sink is getting filled up with some water and the iPhone 6 is actually going to be setup with a stopwatch just to see how long it lasts when it is submerged and just to get an idea of how long it can be under water before problems start to occur.
So immediately once its submerged we can actually see air bubbles coming out from the headphone jack and lightning port. This pretty much means water is going into the phone because when water goes in one place air has to come out the other. And here around the 2:30 mark is where we see serious issues where the iPhone 6 isn’t responsive.
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