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Apple Rejected an App to Keep you from Destroying your Phone

It's available on Google Playstore though! "Throw your phone as high as you can" reads the primary instruction on S.M.T.H., a free game that measures the altitude of your device as it soars (hopefully) gracefully through the air. Catching it isn't a requirement, of course, but if you want your phone to remain intact long enough to compare your height on the leaderboards, it's highly recommended. Anyone wana try this with me?
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@minjaeturtles That is very smart. You should be hired by Apple.
I would think Apple would want people to break their phones so that they can go buy new iPhones :P
1meter, yay! If you have Android, look up "SMTH"
I will gladly watch someone do this.
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