“The company wrapped an iPad in its Extreme Edge case and, using a weather balloon which bursts at altitude, sent it soaring toward the stratosphere,” Cox reports. “The slate made it above 100,000 feet before it started to rapidly descend, eventually crash-landing on a rocky hill in the Nevada countryside.”
Cox reports, “‘As far as we know, this is the first iPad ever in space,’ said G-Form’s VP of innovations, Thom Cafaro. ‘And definitely it’s the first iPad that’s ever free-fallen from space and survived to play more movies.’”
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