Friday, October 21, 2016

iPhone 7 Caught Fire, Sets A Vehicle To Fire In Australia

We were hearing the news of Samsung Galaxy Note7 catching fire. Now here is the same news for Apple iPhone 7 that has got fire in Australia.Apple's latest flagship has already had more than a couple of cases of fires, perhaps a few more reports of fires and Apple could be facing a similar fate that Samsung did with the Note7, requiring a worldwide recall.


Jones told 7 News,
“Ash was just coming from inside the pants which then, once you unwrapped the pants, the phone was just melting inside of it”,

The Surf instructor is now left with no phone, or car, which was badly damaged during the fire.

7 News says that Apple is aware of the incident and will investigate the events that led to the phone’s ignition. The investigation would also determine whether or not the incident was caused by a defective iPhone.

The iPhone 7 was sitting under clothes, and in a car parked at the beach, it is totally possible that the heat building up in the car began to warm the phone up, speeding up the ignition process, and with plenty of fuel to burn, the poor surfer’s clothes.

If you have any phone, regardless of what it is, don’t let it overheat, and definitely do NOT charge it on your bed near a pillow, phones can get really hot if they are charging and end up under a pillow.

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