iPhone X survived a fall from a height of 3.5 km, after not even a single scratch sopotted

One of the users of the Diamond Aviators forum told the amazing story of his iPhone X. The smartphone fell from a great height and not only remained operational, but in general, did not suffer at all. On August 8, a user with the alias dmloftus flew his Diamond DA40 plane from Colorado Springs to Atlanta. At one point, he wanted to photograph a cloud, opening a special small window for this. The pilot knew perfectly well that when driving at high speed, air currents can suck a smartphone into this window, so he kept it at a distance. However, at that moment he got into slight turbulence, as a result of which the smartphone was still sucked into the window. At that moment, the plane was moving at an altitude of about 3.5 km at a speed of about 280 km / h.  

The owner immediately mentally said goodbye to the iPhone, but the next day, through an old iPhone 6s, he found out that the iPhone X was still signaling on the evening of the previous day.  

It was decided to go to that place to try to find a smartphone. It turned out that the device fell into a field where soybeans were growing. The bushes were waist-high, making it difficult to find. The iPhone itself was discharged by that time, so it did not give any signals. 

After more than an hour, the smartphone was still found. He was completely whole. Probably, the cover put on the device was partially responsible for this. Later it turned out that the smartphone is fully functional.  

It can be assumed that the bushes extinguished most of the speed of the smartphone, and the rest of the device was saved by the cover and the fact that the iPhone fell to the ground, and not concrete or asphalt. In any case, given the height, the situation is very interesting. 

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