ZooGue Freezes iPad for Cooling in Experiment (Video)

At ZooGue, Tim Angel and his team are putting the final touches on their latest innovation, a sequel to their extremely popular iPad case.

Slated for release by this summer’s end, the new design promises to be sleeker and more versatile, ditching the bulk and Velcro of its predecessor.

As part of their rigorous testing, the team went to extremes by encasing an iPad in a solid block of ice.

While certainly not endorsed by Apple, the iPad was safeguarded in a plastic bag to stave off moisture and connected to a Dock cable for power throughout its icy entrapment.

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