“Having a two-year-old is like having a blender that you don’t have the top for,” I guess Jerry Seinfeld knew that one day a two-year-old will do something bad that will justify his words.
Well Jerry, here’s the two-year-old toddler from China that locked her mother’s iPhone for 47 years.
This news may not be the ‘latest news’ but it’s something you can learn from.
The mischief-maker was left alone at home with his mother’s iPhone (the perfect atmosphere made to do crime). Without wasting the golden opportunity, the toddler repeatedly entered the wrong passcode, which ended up disabling the phone for 47 years, according to a report from South China Morning Post.
Flash back to the rainy day:
The tragedy took place in Shanghai when a mother returned back home to see her iPhone disabled for 25 million minutes or roughly 47 years! We can’t even imagine the shock and grief the woman must have encountered.
Unveiling the real culprit:
Let’s talk a little about the culprit behind this misery. The two-year-old toddler was supposed to watch educational videos but instead of doing what he was asked to (the toddler psychology) He grabbed her mother’s iPhone and gave us and South China Morning Post, some interesting news.
Apple technician proved to the ‘light at the end of the tunnel’
The troubled mother took her iPhone to an Apple store, hoping to hear some good news. The savior; the technician at Apple store gave her two choices; whether to factory reset her mobile phone, which will delete all her data and settings or she has to wait for 47 years for the device to unlock itself.
The climax; “the hardest choice”
After all that she went through, the lady finally spoke up,” I couldn’t really wait for 47 years and tell my grandchild it was your father’s mistake.” So yeah, she went for the factory reset option.
Lady and the phone lived happily ever after.
(“But for how long” whispered the two-year-old)