What more proof you need about the durability and water resistance of Apple iPhone 7? Scuba diver finds iPhone 7 in Sea after 2 days in perfect working condition. An Apple iPhone 7 was found on the ocean floor was alive and glowing with 80% battery, rescued from 30 feet under Sea after 2 days but was still functioning well.
While the iPhone 7 is guaranteed to work for 30 minutes under 1 metre of water, one of its breed outlasted its IP rating by surviving 48 hours underwater without any damage.
That’s right – an iPhone 7 remained underwater for two days and lived to tell the tale. Unbelievable, right?
Scuba diver finds iPhone 7 in Sea after 2 days in perfect working condition
A new case has been reported recently, which again proved that an iPhone is worth the money. Scuba diver finds iPhone 7 in Sea after 2 days in perfect working condition.
The Apple smartphones are known for their durability and water resistance. The phones may be expensive compared to the other counterparts in smartphones but a recent case proves why an iPhone is worth its price.
An Apple iPhone 7 was found on the ocean floor with little of its battery drained but well, it was working just fine.
What’s even more surprising the phone was receiving a network down there, and it received a text message which helped a scuba diver to find it.
What incident exactly happened?
The incident took place in the UK, when a scuba diver named Cerys Hearsey 36, noticed a flash of light 30ft down while diving at the seabed near Durdle Door, Dorset, England.
Curiously she moved near the light to find out what it was and was surprised to see the iPhone 7 which had received a text.
The phone had been submerged there for 48 hours and had a battery life of 84% when she found out. It was receiving signals, of course, which made it possible for the text.
How the iPhone 7 reached under the Sea?
The iPhone belonged to a Canadian visitor who had lost it while kayaking. The phone had fallen into the sea and the visitor had no hopes of getting it back.
Hearsey was diving near limestone arch Durdle Door when she spotted the £680 iPhone 7, which was in a waterproof case. After scrolling through the contacts, Hearsey returned it to Rob Smith, whose Canadian cousin had lost it on a kayaking trip.
When she swam down to explore, she discovered an iPhone 7 which had just received an SMS. That’s right, not only was the iPhone 7 running at the bottom of the sea, it had the signal reception to get an SMS as well.
While the phone receives all the credit, the user had a protective cover to the phone, which helped to sustain such harsh condition.
As per the statement of the Hearsey the Mirror that the iPhone 7 was in a protective casing, and that as soon as she came onto land she had to cut the phone out of its case.
The Apple iPhone cases are just as strong which helped the phone survive up to 2 days.
Well, if you thought the iPhone 7 could withstand seawater for two days without any protective cover, then you’re sadly mistaken.
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