Video: Gallium will destroy your iPhone 6

Remember the humorous tricks done on Apple iPhone 6 soon after it was released, once again we have an exciting experience with the iPhone 6. The iPhone 6 gets treatment that will truly mutilate your iPhone 6. Those who Knows Gallium can imagine its effects on the aluminum back of your iPhone. And for those who yet don’t know, the Gallium decomposes the other metals like aluminum and the process is very active that 500g of Gallium is sufficient to damage you iPhone 6.

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If you still wonder how, we have a video for you that show the effect of Gallium on the aluminum back of your iPhone 6. Therefore, right before you take 500g of Gallium and pour it on the back panel of your smartphone to test the effect you, the video will show it very interestingly.

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The iPhone in the experiment is first scraped up with some preventive arrangements and then tested into Gallium. The Gallium is poured on the device and then allowed to seep in for a considerable duration. The device kept in Gallium over night was found in a shocking condition in the second morning.

The Gallium has does its work and first the device don’t really resemble like an iPhone. In the truly devastating condition it still works as the ports of the device were sealed to allow it a chance to startup. But the external body of the iPhone 6 looks damaged as its body parts into pieces and starts falling away as you take up the device. You can also see the inter components visible as it loses its external covering.

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At the end of video it will be really hard for you to judge that the smoldering mess you are watching is one of Apples currently ruling iPhone. After watching the video you will not dare testing it on your iPhone but still we advise you to not try at home. is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Read about our Affiliates Disclosure Policy here.