Helium is apparently kryptonite for the iPhone

Helium bricks iPhones

The series of events we're about to recount for you that happened recently at a Chicago-area hospital might sound like a gas, but they most definitely weren't for the iPhone and Apple Watch owners whose devices suddenly -- and seemingly inexplicably -- freaked out and died. We've since come to find out that helium is the equivalent of kryptonite for iPhones, which can become temporarily bricked in its presence. Who knew? Allow us to explain.

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