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When you shed your iPhone, you generally have no idea where it could possibly be. A farmer in Oklahoma called Kevin Whitney recognized precisely where his lost iPhone was, he merely couldn’t reach it. You view, in October of in 2012 the unfortunate phone took a dive from Whitney’s t-shirt pocket, made a falter a grain elevator, and was thrown into a pit along with 280,000 pounds of grain. Basically, the iPhone was doomed.

“I assumed I’ll never ever see that phone once again,” Whitney informed a regional TELEVISION terminal, but he was incorrect. Now, 9 months after losing the expensive gizmo to the stacks of grain, he has the phone back many thanks to a grain mill employee in Japan.

After dropping into the pit at the property in Oklahoma, the phone made a journey that is typically reserved for bushels of grain sorghum. It made the travel along the Arkansas Stream to the Mississippi, then to Louisiana. From there, it made the lengthy quest to Japan where it was found by a mill employee. Not remarkably– it’s an Apple offer after all– the iPhone powered up simply fine and the Eastern mill employee that discovered it placed a call to Whitney and inevitably provided the phone back to him.

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