The iPhone 3G S records video underwater, too

An unlucky (or lucky depending on how you look at it) iPhone 3GS owner drops his phone into a swimming pool while trying out the video recording feature.

One of the hallmark features of the iPhone 3GS is video recording. Waterproofing, however, is not part of the package.

YouTube user KhenaKara was filming some poolside footage on his shiny new iPhone 3GS when disaster struck: the phone slipped out of his hand and into the depths of the swimming pool. Lucky for us, he put the video up on YouTube.

Best part: "Crap...wait, it still freakin' works!" Even better, he says that days after the incident the phone still works just fine.


Needless to say, this voids your warranty.

(Via The Independent)

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