When you say it's indestructible, it better be indestructible.
Meet the Titan cable, an iPhone cable that can't be destroyed because it has a very thick, metal casing. We'll see about that.
The fine folk over at The Verge took the Titan cable's can't be destroyed claims a little too seriously. While Titan probably meant, like, the end of the cable won't fray or wear out, the Verge decided to see how it held up to a samurai sword.
The results, as you probably guessed, don't favor the cable.
The good thing about iPhones is that there is an infinite amount of ways to destroy them. Whether you’re interested in a crushing, a frying, or an old fashioned dunking in the toilet, there's a iPhone death for you. Unlike the actual phone, the destruction of an iPhone is entirely customizable.
However, few iPhone deaths are as cool as the one The Backyard Scientists pulled off in this video. Taking a page from Terminator 2: Judgement Day’s saddest scene, they dipped their iPhone in Lava to similar results.
This isn’t as sad as that moment, but it’s still really cool. Once it’s submerged, the iPhone comes completely apart. But the real money is when they pour the contents into a cast-iron pan, which looks straight-up like T-1000. You’ve got to check this out.
When this Georgia dad found out that his daughter was with a guy that "shouldn't have been" in his daughter's car, he went completely berserk.
All the kids who grew up around the short tempered dad, Mike Card, can completely relate to the rampage. The man has a reputation of doing anything to "prove a point". In this case, destroying his daughter's car was the only way to get his point across.
Dozens of young marauders are seen rampaging through a Walmart in Macon, Georgia at 1:45 AM on June 28, 2015. A 17-year-old boy arrested at the scene told police that the vandals wanted to "see how much damage they could cause.