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Can an iPhone SE survive a 100 FT drop frozen in ice?

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Yes. We are very much aware that this isn't a question you woke up asking yourself this morning.

More pertinent questions would be: 

"Am I okay with the Prime Minister's involvement in the Panama Papers tax scandal?" 

"What does Leicester City's imminent victory in the Premier League mean for the summer transfer window?"

"Did I leave the gas on?"

But here we are, asking, along with GizmoSlip if an iPhone SE can survive a fall of 100 feet while frozen in a block of ice.

So... can it?

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