Report: iPhone Survives 1,000-Feet Drop from Plane

The Associated Press

An iPhone survived a thousand foot drop from an airplane completely intact, according to a report.

Business Insider reported that Iowa resident Sarvinder Naberhaus “took a leisure flight on a vintage American aeroplane,” and was taking photographs on her iPhone when the wind knocked it out of her hand, where it then fell one thousand feet.

Following the plane ride, however, Naberhaus checked the “Find My iPhone” app and discovered the location of the iPhone.

Once located, the phone was found still intact in a patch of grass.

“The wind just took it and it was gone. I looked down and there were cornfields below me,” Naberhaus explained, adding that when she found it through the app, “It was face up in the grass right by me, and it was really nice, tall, soft grass.”

Naberhaus also claimed the iPhone didn’t even have a scratch on it, declaring, “God has a great sense of humour.”

Naberhaus’ friend, Donna Johnson, claimed she “literally went into shock,” and declared, “this is a miracle phone, you can’t drop a phone 1000 feet and have it still work!”

Charlie Nash is a reporter for Breitbart Tech. You can follow him on Twitter @MrNashington, or like his page at Facebook.


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