An iPhone saved a woman's life in the Manchester attack -


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Friday, 26 May 2017

An iPhone saved a woman's life in the Manchester attack

An iPhone has saved the life of a woman who was seriously injured in the bombing of the Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, UK.

It's not the first time an iPhone (or an Apple product) saves a person's life. Recall that a few years ago an iPhone 5c was hit by a bullet saving the life of its owner, as it carried in the pocket of his chest. So that later they say that their materials are not resistant!

In addition, Siri and Apple Watch have also starred in several stories saving the lives of users.

The iPhone diverted the shrapnel that hit the woman's face

Lisa Bridgett, of Pwllheli, was using the iPhone to make a call when she suddenly received the impact of shrapnel, specifically a steel nut, on her face.

Apparently, according to the BBC , the iPhone could have "diverted and slowed down" the trajectory of the shrapnel that went to the woman's cheek.

"Lisa Bridget was using the phone at Ariana Grande's concert on Monday when the blast caused a nut to hit her. She lost her heart finger just before the nut went through her phone and cheek, ending up lodged in her nose. "

According to her husband, the iPhone probably diverted the path of shrapnel .

While it is impossible to know what would have happened if she were not making a call with her iPhone, the dramatic damage to the smartphone seems to indicate that Lisa Bridgett could have suffered much more serious injuries .

Lisa Bridgett required surgery for multiple injuries, including a fractured ankle and a large wound in her thigh.

As we mentioned before, this is not the first time that an Apple device saves a person's life, and probably will not be the last.

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