An Apple iPhone survives the ultimate drop test, plummeting 9300 feet out of a plane

Ben Wilson just completed the ultimate drop test for the Apple iPhone. Wilson, the owner of Gas Corp. of America, was on a plane flying him and his pilot from Houston to Witchita's Kickapoo Airport when all of a sudden a pressure change caused a three-inch displacement in the door latch. While Wilson didn't actually see his iPhone get sucked through the opening, after the plane landed he couldn't find it anywhere in the plane or in his briefcase...
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34 Comments

29. soldier820

Posts: 115; Member since: Jan 27, 2015

why is this even news ... you have got to be kidding me. Is this website out of news so they put garbage s**t like this... lol

30. ibend

Posts: 6747; Member since: Sep 30, 2014

its not even news.. its ads... just like apple ad news you found now and then

31. srgonu

Posts: 522; Member since: Feb 13, 2012

Do some real world test and drop from 5 feet. It will break in to tiny pieces.

32. james2841

Posts: 167; Member since: Dec 10, 2014

apple should make a iPhone coilgun (20 kJ) and attach it to a cube sat (in LEO) for the drop test to end all drop tests.
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