Back up in the clouds! While paragliding in the French Alps, women unload 11 of their brand new iPhones from more than 5,000 feet.
- An American tourist dropped his phone while shooting selfie footage in France
- The iPhone 11 crashed into Anisi Lake on Wednesday and was never recovered
- Footage released by his paragliding instructor at GoPro showed it fell 5,000 feet
A woman lost her iPhone while paragliding in the French Alps while descending over 5,000 women.
On Wednesday, the American woman unloaded her brand new iPhone 11 and brought it to Lake Savoy in Hante-Savoy.
A GoPro footage shot by a paragliding instructor shows a woman letting the phone slip through her fingers from an extraordinary height.
An American tourist dropped his brand-new iPhone 11 on Wednesday at the Annecy in the Haute-Savoie Lake in the French Alps, while paragliding 5,000 feet in the air on Wednesday.
Turn the phone around to shoot your own video before the woman slips her fingers on the selfie stick, even though the turquoise is submerged in the water below.
At the time of the accident, he was holding a selfie stick and shooting his video on the phone.
In the video, the woman is looking at the alpine mountains in the distance through the sky.
The phone is brought to her to turn on the video settings before placing the video in front of her.
The woman stretches out her arm to the left and tells a crook: “I’m flying.”
The woman is looking destitute as she reads her phone in the turquoise waters of the lake below
After sinking the selfie stick with his fingers after being submerged in turquoise water below, he moves the phone around to shoot his own video.
His paragliding instructor looks at the phone helplessly as he panside to see the phone read.
The phone was not recovered.
This is not the first time that a tourist has lost an iPhone on a holiday. As of last September, a man known by his nickname, Zhou, threw it into a river in China.
A man in China who accidentally dropped his phone into a river during a canoeing trip miraculously recovered the handset eight months later – and it still works perfectly. The photo shows the phone being mailed to Mr Chiu after a local fisherman found it
Last September, while he was fishing with his friend in the turbulent rivers of China, the tourist, known in his novel Zho, lost his smartphone.
Miraculously, Mr. Zhou got his smartphone back in perfect working condition eight months later in May.
He got a phone call from a local fisherman who got his phone number on the business card in the phone case.
Mr. Zhou was able to retrieve pictures taken from the phone during his canoeing trip he thought he would never get again.
‘I never thought I would find out [the phone] Again, ‘Tourist posted on a social media after recovering this handset.