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iPhone 4S - "Will It Blend"
Videos for Engineers

Church of Apple congregants, please take no offense at this week's subject. No sacrilegious insult is intended (well, maybe just a little). In the continuing saga of "Will It Blend?" videos, the Blendtec Guy subjects a spanking new iPhone 4s to the rigors of a Blendtec Total Blender blender (is there an echo in here?). Watch for yourself as normally mild-mannered Tom Dickson casually ignores Siri's plea to spare his/her/its life, and without human emotion or compassion pushes the Smoothie button on the blender. That's right, a split second after a final entreaty to not "commit a terrible error," the gruesome disintegration ensues. What results is not a pretty sight - unless you happen to be trying to sell blenders that have the power to pulverize almost anything that can be crammed into them.

 

Videos for Engineers - RF CafeThis archive links to the many video and audio files that have been featured on RF Cafe.

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Posted  October 31, 2011

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