Finally, the age-old question ‘how many iPhones does it take to stop a speeding bullet?’ has been answered.
A YouTuber, who goes by the username EverythingApplePro, has conducted a slightly unsettling field test to determine just how hard-wearing iPhones are.
Wielding an AK-74 (yes, as in the lethal Russian assault rifle), the YouTuber reveals that he’s testing “the true durability” of iPhones, and how many it would take to stop a speeding bullet.
He coolly explains that the weapon in his hands is capable of firing bullets at up to 2,900 feet per second, but even still, he doesn’t expect a bullet to penetrate through more than four of the seven iPhones that he’s stacked on a wooden holder.
Apple fans, look away now.
Positioned helplessly upon the holder (alter?) for sacrifice, are three iPhone 6 Pluses, two iPhone 6s (one of which is a clone) and two older iPhone variants. Sat smugly at the back is a Samsung Galaxy S6.
The question is, are seven iPhones enough to shield a Samsung Galaxy S6 from the destructive path of speeding bullet? Watch to find out.[youtube height=”HEIGHT” width=”WIDTH”]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DbVHe5A6rJs[/youtube]