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A small sampling of the torturous tests people are conducting on the water-resistant iPhone 7

One of the benefits resulting from Apple's decision to kiss the 3.5mm headphone jack goodbye is that the iPhone 7 is the most water-resistant iPhone ever produced. While the iPhone 7 still isn't technically waterproof, it nonetheless sports a water resistance rating of IP67, which means that it can withstand submersion in a meter of water for upwards of 30 minutes. Impressively, some of the waterproofing tests we've seen demonstrate that the iPhone 7 is, in some ways, more water friendly than a device like the Samsung Galaxy S7 which sports an IP68 rating.
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