“The iPhone left in the tidal flat for 10 months worked fine”

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[인사이트] Reporter Dasom Kim = There are often people who lose their smartphones by drowning them while traveling to the beach or river during summer vacation.

Most of the time, when you drop your smartphone in water, you cry and give up looking for it.

This is because it is difficult to find a smartphone that is submerged in deep water, and even if you do find it, it is impossible for a smartphone with a lot of water to work properly.

However, a man who found an iPhone that had fallen into the sea 10 months ago delivered surprising news.

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On the 23rd (local time), the online media ladbible reported the amazing performance of the iPhone, which was covered in tidal flats.

Owain Davis, 35, dropped his smartphone into the sea while he was canoeing in Cinderford, Gloucestershire.

But to his surprise, 10 months later, Miguel Pachaco, who was canoeing here with his daughter, found an iPhone buried in the mudflats.

Miguel took out the smartphone, dried it in a dryer, and stored it in a well-ventilated cupboard overnight.

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After charging the iPhone and turning it on, it worked very well. Miguel shared this story on social media, saying, “I wish I could find the owner.”

Miguel said, “There must be a lot of memories on the smartphone, but it was sad to think that I lost pictures of my children. So I spent a long time drying it and it works fine.”

Fortunately, Owain’s fiancée friends saw the post and the good news spread to Owain.

Owain said he was as impressed with Miguel’s devotion as he got his phone back.

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