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Tuesday, July 19, 2011

CNN: iPhone falls from skydiver's pocket

This skydiver must have been on cloud nine anticipating the excitement and experience of spreading his wings so to speak and not even consider the fact that his iPhone could turn in to a fly-phone.

There is no doubt that the next time he has his head in the clouds, he remembers that what goes up, will come down and secures anything gravity may be able to lay its hands on.

There is an upside to the story as well, because someone's wish for an iPhone was granted. Simply speak the magic words, hold out your hands and wait for it. Well, it is not entirely that simple. You will have to situate yourself in the right location; under the skydivers.

Every cloud has a silver lining. At least the previous owner knows now that this iPhone was working properly and all in accordance with its design and applications:

Do the cloud!

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