“It is a real Texas story. Monday afternoon Wilson, owner of Gas Corp. of America and pilot Will Warnock were on their way back from Houston to Kickapoo Airport when pressure change caused a door latch on the passenger side to give way by 3 inches,” McGinnis reports. “‘The pressure popped and a newspaper flew out but I didn’t see the phone go. After we got back I looked for it on the floor (of the plane) and in my briefcase but couldn’t find it,’ Wilson said.”
McGinnis reports, “‘It was in one piece, scratched a bit on the corners but it still worked,’ said Wilson, as surprised as he was happy about the durable mophie battery charger case. ‘It hit the corners a bit and but it’s just fine,’ said Kidwell. ‘The only missing part is the battery.’”
Read more in the full article here.
MacDailyNews Take: For an iPhone plus a Mophie battery case, a mere 9,300 feet is nothing!
Not that it didn’t “bend,” either.
iPhone 4 plunges 1,000 feet from airplane – still works perfectly – March 23, 2011
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Readers “Dan K.,” “Gumby” and “Edward W.” for the heads up.]