How Many iPhones Does It Take To Stop An AK-74 Bullet?

How Many iPhones Does It Take To Stop An AK-74 Bullet?

How Many iPhones Does It Take To Stop An AK-74 Bullet?

Apple iPhones have really revolutionized the smartphone industry. As they are well-known for their greater software, but apart from the software they also sport a substantial aluminum built. Nevertheless, have you ever wondered if an iPhone can serve as a body armor? Sound bit weird right.

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The drop tests are often very popular videos on YouTube, as they test the resistance of various technological equipment. On this occasion, a user wanted to know how many iPhone are needed to stop a bullet.

YouTuber called in its channel “EverythingApplePro” does rude tests, very rude and unnecessary but that make us entertain has uploaded a video recently which makes a test with several devices among them 3 iPhone 6 Plus, 2 iPhone 6, 2 older iPhones and a Samsung Galaxy 6 Edge (apparently).

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As you can see in the video, which already has more than 19 million views on YouTube, 8 iPhone were accommodated on a way surface and proceeded to shoot them with an AK-74 assault rifle.

After a first test, the YouTube user was able to check that five iPhone are needed to stop a bullet from this veteran Russian assault rifle that was designed by Mikhail Kalashnikov.

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The remaining three iPhone remained intact and without any scratch. However, the top five were left with the screen and the casing totally shattered. A second test confirmed the experiment.

As you can see is something very strong since almost nobody likes to watch their favorite mobile devices see how they are destroyed and is not good but at least intriguing to see them.

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