iPhone 7s New Feature-Water Resistance

iPhone 7s New Feature-Water Resistance
Samuel

The waterproofing of iPhone 7



Finally, Apple has unveiled its long-awaited iPhone 7 with the features of water-resistance, a dual-lens camera, no headphone jack etc. Which feature are you interested in? I believe that will be happy with the improvement for waterproofing quality. We all know that dropping the phone into water will trouble us so much. And think that it will be if the phone is a waterproofing one. Now iPhone 7 moves forward for it. iPhone 7 is not the first smartphone to make waterproofing. Samsung has already done this thing before. But we believe that this is a big selling point for Apple fans.


IP67 rating waterproofing

Both the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus have an IP67 rating, the highest level of waterproofing, which means they are totally preventing dust and can be survived when immersed in water to a depth of 1 meter. That standard is defined as complete resistance to dust, and water-resistant in a meter of water for 30 minutes. Also, it won’t break if you pour a drink over it. But I believe you won’t want to take it swimming.

No water damages warranty

Although the Apple introduces the waterproofing by saying IP67, we can see that earlier in this autumn the internet freaked out when some videos revealed how the iPhone 6s surviving 30 minutes underwater. It turns out Apple secretly added new adhesive strips inside the iPhone 6s to block any moisture getting in. If Apple isn't willing to fully stand behind the water resistance of the 7, then describing the phone as water resistant isn't really a big upgrade from the iPhone 6s. It means that you can’t be very sure that your phone will be alright when getting wet. But “where there is a will, there is a way.” here we’d like to provide you a solution-iPhone Data Recovery, a software for iPhone which can help the devices to recover lost data in various cases.