What you NEED to know about iPhone 8 “Water Resistance”

The iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus are IP67, not IP68 water resistant / water proof / waterproof. This water test video tests how good it is!

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20 Replies to “What you NEED to know about iPhone 8 “Water Resistance””

  1. Tristin Price

    2 big questions… will guided access with volume buttons turn on fix the under water photo part? Also will playing sound (more specifically music with lots of bass or snares) effect the speakers waterproof capability. I have no idea if this is true but I always imagine some time of fine mesh in the speakers that blocks out the water which would explain why they sound so bad after use but will the music allow water in the mesh and if it’s not mesh will it have some type of negative effect on the phone? I dropped my iPhone 7( which I’ve completely submerged many times beforehand) in the shower a while back and it got water damage. Rice fixed it but for a while it wouldn’t even turn on it was stuck in the Apple loop. This was also right after getting it repaired and right after AppleCare ran out so did they mess with it on purpose so I’d have to replace it or is it a coincidence that was caused by my music? It wasn’t even completely submerged at the time of the damage

  2. Crazy Gamer 10

    Last summer I was on a beach, and I used it in the ocean… my speakers are all fucked up and the power button is too. I wouldn’t recommend testing this. ( just my opinion) 🤷🏼‍♀️

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