This is some home security cam footage of a charging iPhone 4 spontaneously combusting. Now I know what you’re thinking, “An iPhone 4, really? Those came out way back in 2010 — they probably aren’t even compatible with today’s electricity.” And I’d be inclined to agree with you if I
Presumably inspired by socially distanced birthday parties, Blower is a $2 iPhone app that can blow out a candle by holding the speaker up to the candle. What a time to be alive and celebrating another trip around the sun! The app works by generating pressure waves from the phone’s
These are two videos of South Korean a cappella group Maytree performing Windows and iPhone sound effects with nothing but their mouths. Most impressive. For reference, when I was in business school my classmates and I once passed an egg down the line using nothing but spoons in our mouths.
In things I didn’t really need to see news, this is a video of Ireland based Phone Fix Craft (a phone repair business) owner Julius Caveckas deep cleaning and repairing an iPhone, with a lot of macro shots for extra grossness. Honestly, my phone is at least twice that dirty.
These are several shots and a TikTok video of Vietnamese man and “tech fanatic” Nguyễn Minh Hiền’s home fence, which he adorned with over 2,000 broken iPhones (mostly 6’s and 7’s), spending more than $10,000 on what absolutely nobody else would argue wasn’t a terrible exterior design decision. @minhhienapple Tiếp