At Giza, there are three pyramids and we're going do a weight comparison for the largest one. The great pyramid they call Khufu. We're going to use a weight estimate worked out by the good folks over at sciencing.com

According to their calculations the pyramid clocks in at 11,499,990,619 pounds. Put another way, that's 5,749,995 US tons for the weight of the Khufu pyramid.

An iPhone, presuming the latest model, weighs roughly 8 ounces. It's actually slightly under that but I'm rounding up to 8 ounces just because it makes the math so much easier.

Therefore, it takes 22,999,981,238 iPhones to equal the weight of the Great Pyramid at Giza. The Great Pyramid at Giza weighs as about as much 23 billion iPhones.

That's a lot of slave labor... to build a pyramid.

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