This iPhone Has Suffered More Abuse Than Yours
Yeah, there was that time you dropped your iPhone in the toiler. Or that time that you it fell out of your pocket and onto the ground. But your smashed-display horror stories are nothing compared to what Minnesotan Jarrod McKinney's iPhone has been through.
The 37 year-old went skydiving last weekend, only to have his iPhone 4 fall out of his pocket and plummet 13,000 feet towards the ground. And it didn't get a scratch.
Just kidding. The back and front were completely shattered, but the phone still worked. Which I guess is either a testament to how rugged the innards of an iPhone are or to how delicate the case is. Either way, it goes a long way to explaining why people are bombing around with their shattered Jackson Pollock-like screens, telling their friends "not to text them" because their screen is jacked up.
Well, this guy probably has the record for longest fall for an iPhone, seeing as how it landed a half-mile away from McKinney, on top of a building. If you're wondering how he found it, he used the Find iPhone app and honed in on it using GPS. What a time to be alive.