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Saturday, 10 December 2016

Discover an amazing trick to get rid of water on iPhone 7 and Apple Watch 2



One of the most anticipated news for Apple users was that the iPhone was waterproof , which fortunately already been achieved at the new iPhone 7. That itself is not worth for diving with him, but that perfectly supports If we drop a glass on top, rain heavy, we put it by mistake in the shower or even an accidental dip. We insist accidental immersion because in the end, who in their right mind would want to shower with iPhone 7?

Logically, has much more reason for that is the Apple Watch which is waterproof, in fact it is one of the major handicaps that many people we found when purchasing a wearable that we intended to use 24 hours a day, including those destine To perform sports like swimming or kayaking. While the Apple Watch Series 1 was not waterproof, yes it is the Apple Watch Series 2.


In any case, some intrepid introduced their expensive iPhone 7 in the shower just to test their strength, discovering that the sound of the speakers was affected by liquid s. Although it is common sense, it should be remembered that this is an electronic gadget and water usually does not suit them well. And although the speakers are designed so that water does not enter, some particles entered and remained trapped in the fabric speaker, distorting the sound.

Do not panic because someone has found the solution to deliver water from both the iPhone speaker 7 and the Apple Watch Series 2. For this we will need an app that generates sound called Sonic, which acts at a certain frequency that succeeds in expelling the water from the speakers.

From Reddit comment his discovery:

I FOUND THE RESONANCE FREQUENCY OF THE WATER IN THE SPEAKER, WHICH IS APPROXIMATELY 165 HERTZ. WHILE THE SOUND IS EMITTING, YOU WILL SEE SMALL DROPLETS OR BUBBLES COMING OUT OF THE SPEAKER, SO SIMPLY PICK UP SOME ABSORBENT MATERIAL AND DRY IT GENTLY.


In fact, Apple and wanted a similar feature that repels water for Apple Watch Series 2 by a sensor that detects moisture in cavities, emitting a sound that has the same effect. A good idea to keep in mind to implement in the iPhone of the future.

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