Man Gets Apple Watch Back 6 Months After Losing It At The Beach Robert Bainter lost his Apple Watch body surfing in Huntington Beach, Calif., only to have someone find and return it six months later. It still worked, according to KTLA.
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Man Gets Apple Watch Back 6 Months After Losing It At The Beach

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Man Gets Apple Watch Back 6 Months After Losing It At The Beach

Man Gets Apple Watch Back 6 Months After Losing It At The Beach

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Robert Bainter lost his Apple Watch body surfing in Huntington Beach, Calif., only to have someone find and return it six months later. It still worked, according to KTLA.

RACHEL MARTIN, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Rachel Martin. A surfer named Robert Bainter was having an awesome day in the waves. He was riding a big one at Huntington Beach when he realized his Apple Watch had fallen off. He tried Apple's Find My Phone app - nothing. He assumed it was lost into the deep blue. Six months later, a guy called to say he had found it about three miles down the beach. When he returned it, Bainter was surprised to discover that the Apple Watch still worked. Now, if Apple could only make my iPhone battery last longer.

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