Smartphones are capable of many feats. Even when we least expect it. That said, an iPhone fell from an airplane at an altitude of 3300 meters and survived. This happened when an airplane pilot was traveling from Colorado Springs to Atlanta. It was 3300 meters high and saw a formation of clouds that I really wanted to photograph. You got too close to the window, too close, and the iPhone X got sucked out of the little plane.
iPhone crashed at an altitude of 3300 meters and survived!
Needless to say, he was quite angry at the loss. However, he discovered through the Find app that after all, the smartphone was still alive in Arkansas, as the website says. PhoneArena.
Now he traveled to that location hoping to find the equipment. However, he had no doubt that he would find him all broken. So behold, he came close to a farm, this while an old iPhone 6s was giving him directions to the last location.
The problem is that the iPhone ran out of battery and as such it is no longer possible to locate the equipment in real time or play any sound. Anyway, he’s been looking around where he should be. Then he noticed something shining on the floor. He looked more closely and let out a scream because he realized it was his iPhone.
Well, he took the iPhone X and didn’t even have a scratch! Just dust on the back. However the screen was in perfect condition. But would it work?
The battery was completely exhausted and as such was not able to immediately check the health of the equipment. However, when he got to the car, he loaded the equipment. After a while he started to respond.
The iPhone owner couldn’t believe it. How could he be working. What is certain is that it was and continued to work very well over the next few days.
It’s true that he could have bought a new iPhone as he spent a lot of energy and money looking for it. In any case, with the outcome of the situation, it was really worth it.
The iPhone fell to the ground and this served as a bed. However, it was kept inside a cover from the OtterBox company that also looks great in the photograph.