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    Default iPhone in a vacuum chamber
    I have a 6 plus and a vacuum chamber and I was wondering what people though the possible damage might be if I pulled a vacuum relative to about 80,000 ft. Does anyone have any thoughts? I want to check out the barometer and see what it reads in there, but I don't want to damage anything that might not like negative pressure.

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    No idea but im sure as hell looking forward to either the results written in another comment from you or the results with a YouTube, Vimeo or similar video to go with it ^^

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    http://www.liquipel.com
    This company waterproof electronics in that manner, according to the hand waving overview on the website. Should I take it at its word?

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    Daresay it wouldn't cause a problem but also looking forward to the results. Why don't you try it in increments?

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