Day does not pass so that no new and interesting event occurs. The iPhone 11, which was under the lake for a long time like 6 months, worked without any problems.

 

Apple had been ridiculed many times when it announced its iPhone series years ago. However, while the success of the first phones managed to change the perspective of people, this phone series has survived to the present day. In fact, a foldable iPhone model is among the phone models that will appear in the coming years. The phone model, which has been selling like cheese bread both in our country and in other countries for years with its high performance and simple design, has become the subject of an interesting news today. IPhone 11, which was in the sea for months, worked without any problems after it was taken out of the water.

In the technology world, smartphones are tested many times against scratches and bumps. Some YouTubers even exaggerate the work and try to keep their phones under water for a certain period of time and use them. This is a kind of water test. The iPhone 11, which fell into the water, was taken out of the water as if it had been tested, and it continued to work as if nothing had happened.

Day does not pass so that no new and interesting event occurs. The iPhone 11, which was under the lake for a long time like 6 months, worked without any problems.

Watered 6 Months And Working iPhone 11

Clayton Helkenberk and his wife Heather, a diving enthusiast, recently dived deep into Lake Harrison in Canada. The couple who found an iPhone 11 at the bottom of the lake noticed that after taking the phone out of the lake and cleaning it, it continued to work normally. The couple, who managed to open the phone successfully, also managed to reach the owner of the phone. Fatemeh Ghodsi, who owns the phone, dropped his phone in the lake last September. Ghodsi, who attended a party held around the lake, dropped his phone while getting on a boat after taking several photos. Stating that he lost his balance while getting on the boat and dropped his phone into the water, Ghodsi stated that although he asked for help from the boat personnel after landing, he said that the phone could not be found in the depths of the water. The iPhone 11, which was taken out of the lake 6 months later, is now being used by Fatemeh Ghodsi.

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