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Apple Watch: 1, Killer Sharks: 0

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Apple Watch: 1, Killer Sharks: 0

Apple Watch Sequence 3 manner staying attached virtually anyplace — together with whilst stranded in shark-infested waters.

John Zilles burnt up one his hydrofoil supplied kiteboard whilst manner offshore and in a space the place a really perfect white shark nursery had just lately been came upon. After first making an attempt the no less than two-hour swim again to shore and now not getting very a ways for his troubles, Zilles went to test the time on his new Apple Watch Series 3 and remembered — he had an LTE radio proper on his wrist.

From the Daily Mail:

'I spotted I had my watch - so known as the Ventura Harbor Patrol, defined my state of affairs and requested for lend a hand.'

Officials despatched a ship, and requested him to name again when he noticed it.

'15 minutes later I noticed the boat - through needed to name them because it used to be going to incorrect manner,' he defined. 'So I known as and requested it to show 90 levels and cross 400 yards ahead - and so they discovered me straightaway.'

No, he did not assume he'd want a larger watch. And sure, that used to be one unhealthy kiteboard, Harry. However sufficient Jaws jokes. Zilles says being repeatedly attached is likely one of the causes he purchased the Apple Watch Sequence 3.

'My spouse used to be giving me a troublesome time, for purchasing extra era, however I depart my phone at house so much now - I believe it is releasing us from the dependancy of telephones.

Zilles used to be so inspired he wrote to Apple CEO Tim Prepare dinner to inform his tale, and says he were given a 'quick however candy' answer from Prepare dinner, announcing 'wow. satisfied to listen to you might be protected.'

Apple Watch: 1, Killer sharks: 0.

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