iPhone 5c Protected its Owner From Certain Death
In October last year, probably for the first time in human history, a mobile phone saved a human life.
The great savior handset was Apple’s, otherwise less popular, smartphone iPhone 5c. And the lucky man was Daniel Kennedy.
The story goes like this: Mr Kennedy was living in Widnes England when one day he came to know about a gang of naughty teenagers. This gang had gone so far in perturbing the tenants that it even began curtailing the water flow. Kennedy thought he was left with no option but to resist the band of rascals. And he dared to confront them.
After a brusque skirmish, 19-year old gang member, Ryan Duggan tried to run away. But Kennedy had probably decided not to let him go so he chased him. Suddenly, when Mr Kennedy was at a short distance from Duggan, the latter snapped to his pocket to pull off a shotgun. The gun holder didn’t fear from killing Kennedy and fired straight at his chest.
There were wounds and wounds on Kennedy’s abdomen, yet he was alive. The shooter had fled away and the police had reached the scene. When the police was searching for the criminal, it found innocent, loyal, injured iPhone 5c. The investigation team was surprised that Kennedy’s green iPhone had borne most of the destruction done by gun.
A detective inspector clarified, according to Business Insider, that if Kennedy hadn’t placed his iPhone in his pocket, he won’t have been with us alive in the world.
For curious lawful minds, the unlawful has been caught and will be, with his fellow who provided him hideout, sentenced on July 10.
Abubaker Zahoor writes on diverse topics with special interest in innovations, tech-ethics, and inter-and intra- organizational business relationships.