An iPhone was dropped into a lava lamp, and things didn’t end well

An iPhone was dropped into a lava lamp, and things didn’t end well

While most people would kill to have an iPhone, others get their kicks from destroying them.

Ukrainian tech blogger ‘TechRax’ clearly falls into the latter category, as he recently filled himself introducing an iPhone 6 to a lava lamp.

After setting a tune playing and breaking the top off the lamp for easy access, the experiment begins.

At first the little phone seems to fare well, cheerily blaring out the now slightly muted music.

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Still working (Picture: Youtube)

Still working (Picture: Youtube)

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However after a few seconds the chemicals begin to seep inside and mess with the electronics, cutting out the music and strangely opening the drop-down menu.

Eventually the iPhone cuts out completely and starts ‘blinking orange’.

When someone tries to lift the lava lamp to remove the phone we hear a violent pop and some of the bizarre liquid starts seeping out.

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He's not even wearing safety goggles! (Picture: Youtube)

He’s not even wearing safety goggles! (Picture: Youtube)

The two guys manage to carefully get the phone out – by pouring everything on the floor – and find, to nobody’s surprise, the phone no longer works.

TechRax assures us he ‘will run this through cold water’ to try and fix it.

Somehow we don’t think that’s going to have the desirable affect.

It looks pretty dead (Picture: Youtube)

It looks pretty dead (Picture: Youtube)

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