1. chitchat's Avatar
    Well, I'll tell you. (This was not voluntary)
    Yesterday I was flying -upside down, top of a loop- open cockpit, yes I know, should have been more careful with my pockets... we parted company at about 3000 feet above Berkshire; it just... flew off, nothing doing, gone before I could react. There I was hoping no one would be at the receiving end.
    Now, for the good news: A friend and I called my number immediately after landing, and... it rang and I could hear myself asking the caller to leave a message. Yes it was working perfectly !!
    I did try and ask O2 if they could triangulate the signals so it could have helped me retrieveing it from some field, but they declined to do so.
    So I am waiting for the replacement.
    Solid build ?
    Know any better ?
    12-12-2009 11:55 AM
  2. flyingember's Avatar
    Your voicemail message is on an o2 server. Otherwise your message would not work when the phone is off

    vm doesn't mean it's still working
    12-12-2009 05:26 PM
  3. cobra302's Avatar
    yeah, unfortunately, the fact that it rang on your end means nothing. i could throw mine in a pool and it would still ring and give voicemail if somone called it. now if you had mobileme, you could find it!
    12-12-2009 06:40 PM
  4. g1r_g3n1us's Avatar
    Hah! that would be a good mac commercial.. some dude flyin around and drops his iphone and it still works.. !!!

    your phone might pretend to ring but believe me when I say that the iPhone was not built to withstand more than a toddler throwing it against things..MUCH LESS a 3000 foot drop to WhoTF knows where.. unless by some miracle it hit a pillow, that was on top of a bed, on top of another bed, 2800 feet above ground.
    12-13-2009 01:47 PM
  5. markhunsaker's Avatar
    I doubt it's in one piece...sorry man.
    12-13-2009 08:51 PM