I took this shot with my iPhone 6S Plus.
But seriously, it was much too cold on the Moon to use my iPhone. Apple’s HT201678 support document told me:
Using an iOS device in very cold conditions outside of its operating range (0º – 35º C / 32º – 95º F) might temporarily shorten battery life and could cause the device to turn off.
Here’s my feedback:
You guys in Cupertino forgot a message like “iPhone needs to cool down before you can use it.” for very cold environments. My suggestion is: “iPhone is like you: It really hates the cold.” Additionally neither my iPhone nor my Apple Watch showed the right Time Zone after leaving the Earth. Your products might be water resistant but they are definitely not space-fit.
Btw, here’s an offer you can’t resist …
The Golden Spike Company is charging only $750 million per seat for future lunar landing. But do not wait for iPhone 8,9, … or any other device running a competing OS. I’m sure they also won’t work on the Moon. So call Golden Spike Company today and grab your ticket now.
Thanks for dropping by.