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    How Does an iPhone 6 Survive After a Minute Inside a Paint Shaker?

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    Ever wondered how many crazy crush tests obsessed Apple fans carry out using their gadgets? Here comes another one, in which a brand-new iPhone 6 is placed into a can which, in turn is placed on a professional paint shaker.

    What happened to a pricey smartphone after a minute of continuing shaking genuinely shocked the experimenters.

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