Perhaps unwise to use a thermocouple and unscreened LCD display unit close to rapidly moving magnets?
Definitely yes - but watch carefully: the temperature remains low and it only slowly returns back, when device magnets stop. The magnetic induction effects would follow revolution speed linearly. There is also thing, which Russian researchers also noted - Searl effect manifests itself just after reaching some critical frequency, which they characterize as a "resonance". The temperature of device on YouTube video behaves in the very same way, the device even gets more noisy in this point - so I think we are observing real effect there.