July 20, 2011 by staff
Skydiver’s Iphone, IPhone Jarrod McKinney 4, a device known as fragile to survive a fall of 13,500 feet while he was skydiving. McKinney was “just absolutely amazed” when he discovered the work device (GPS) on top of a building a mile and a half away from where it landed.
Although the phone’s screen shattered, McKinney and his friends discovered that the device was able to receive calls normally.
“Everybody was like, ‘It works! Works,’” said his friends saw his quest for the roof of the bottom of the building, CNN reported.
McKinney said he forgot to zip his pants pocket before leaving the plane, causing the phone to fall.
Mike Gikas, a technology editor at Consumer Reports, told CNN that a phone might be able to survive a major fall.
“I think it can happen,” he said. “I think the water is harder to treat than a shock.”
McKinney is using her phone with one hand until the glass has been replaced.
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