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Chinese Firefighters Use iPhone To Rescue Two-Year-Old Toddler From Well

Firefighters in China’s Yunnan Province have rescued a two-year old toddler from a 40-foot well with the help of Apple’s iPhone. After the child kept slipping out of a rescue harness that was designed for adults, an iPhone was lowered into the well so that the rescue team could use its camera to see the [...] Related Stories 100 Reasons To Jailbreak Your iPhone [Video] iPhone Selling More
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