Everyone knows that this year's iPhone8, iPhone8 Plus and iPhone X have added IP67 dustproof and waterproof support. However, don't think that supporting IP67 will be able to do whatever you want with the tap.
Today, a microblogging digital blogger broke the news, a buddy's iPhone X dropped out of the water and the screen hangs. Take the Apple store for repair, ask if the phone is not waterproof? The answer given by the Apple clerk is: resistant to water.
In fact, Apple's official website does write "water resistance." The following is the full text of Apple's official website:
“iPhone X is splash-proof, water-resistant, dust-proof, tested under controlled laboratory conditions, and its effect is IP67 rated under IEC 60529. Splash, water and dust resistance are not permanently effective, and protection may be It will decrease due to daily wear. Do not charge the iPhone in wet conditions; refer to the instruction manual for cleaning and drying instructions. Damage due to immersion in liquids is not covered by the warranty."
Upon inquiry, the IP67 level is achieved under the IEC 60529 standard, and the equipment can be placed in water of 1 meter depth for 30 minutes without water immersion into the equipment.
According to Apple's meaning, iPhone X's IP67 can only be regarded as "accident insurance". No matter the form of water ingress, the official does not guarantee, and only recognizes bad luck.