Working iPhone 11 returned to owner nearly six months after it fell in a lake


A recent news report claims an iPhone 11 was able to survive for nearly six months underwater. — Pixabay

Apple’s recent iPhones, like many other expensive devices, come with an IP (ingress protection) rating that certify the device to be safe under water for a specific amount of time.

The iPhone 11 has a rating of IP68 (meaning it can survive a maximum depth of two meters up to 30 minutes) but a recent news report claims the device was able to survive for much longer – nearly six months underwater.

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