AK-74 Vs iPhones – Who Will Win?

/ 5 years ago


YouTube channel EverythingApplePro has taken a bunch of iPhones to the firing range to answer that age old question, just how many iPhones does it take to stop a bullet from an AK-74? OK, I’ll admit, that’s a pretty niche question and it’s unlikely you’ve ever thought about it, but either way, we have the answer.

Obviously, a single handset isn’t going to stop a round from close range, but if your intent is to kill an Apple product, you’ll have no trouble. However, if you’re trying to take out eight of the much loved/hated mobile device, but only want to spend a single bullet, then you’ll have to get them in line and take your best aim.

Check out the video below.

I’m surprised the bullet didn’t go through all of them, especially at such close range, but five is still impressive. As you can see, the bullet deforming means that the phones towards the back take the most amount of damage.

So there you have it, a rather fun and somewhat aggressive way of trashing iPhones. They’re not likely to be replacing bullet proof vests anytime soon, that’s for sure.


I wonder how many bullets it takes to get through a single Nokia 3310?

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