Sometimes truly incredible stories happen with smartphones. It seems like the recent return of the iPhone 6S Plus to the owner after an hour later. An equally surprising case occurred in South Carolina: a blogger found a drowned iPhone in a river.
Video blogger Michael Bennett Published a video in which he and his friends explored the bottom of the Edisto River in South Carolina in search of unusual things that other people might lose. In addition to all kinds of garbage and a folding knife, they found a waterproof case with a smartphone inside. The accessory was covered with mud and algae, so they immediately suggested that it was under water for a long time.
At home, Michael was surprised when the inside of the case turned out to be a completely dry iPhone (presumably the iPhone 6S), which turned on after connecting to charging. The smartphone’s screen has become a divorce, but in general, the device turned out to be workable. It was password protected, so the blogger pulled out a SIM card and inserted it into his phone in order to get the contact details of the owner and return the finds to him.
The owner of the smartphone was Eric Bennett, who lost it during a family trip on June 19, 2018. Thus, the device lay under water for 15 months and ultimately returned to its rightful owner.