iPhone 6s survived a fall from an airplane and year in the wilderness of Iceland
26.09.2019 0 Comments
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The iPhone 6s turned on after it crashed from a plane from a height of 60 meters and spent a year in the wild of Iceland. On the smartphone, there was a record of the fall, which the device owner published on the Internet.
On August 4, 2018, photographer Haukur Snorrason took an aerial photograph of a tour along the Skaft River in southern Iceland to capture the annual glacial river overflow. He was shooting on his iPhone 6s, which was torn from the owner’s hands by a gust of wind.
The smartphone fell from a height of 60 meters into rocky terrain. The user immediately forever said goodbye to his phone. However, more than a year later, on September 14, 2019, he received a call from people who found his iPhone during the trip. The gadget was unscathed, despite the fall and 13 months in the wilderness of Iceland. Moreover, during the fall of the iPhone 6s continued to shoot.
According to Haukur, his smartphone fell into moss, which in this area can be quite thick and reach 30 cm. That is why the iPhone was able to survive the fall, the owner said.
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