Nightmare Burning Phones Chasing iPhone 7 Users – video

0

A user of the iPhone 7 phones in Australia claimed that the fire had caught on his phone, causing the phone to explode and the flames in his own car.

It seems that the curse of the explosion and explosion of phones that had previously hit Samsung’s latest phone “Galaxy Note 7” has moved to the latest phones of Apple “iPhone 7”.
Samsung has suffered from the problem of the combustion and explosion of its latest phones GalaxyNote 7, which led to the announcement of the company several replacement programs previously.

- الإعلانات -

The company was later forced, with the emergence of the problem in replacement equipment, to announce the suspension of replacement and production of devices and the withdrawal of all the phones in the market, amounting to about 2.5 million phones, and compensation of owners.

Matt Jones said he was giving a lesson on the South Coast coast of NSW when his car caught fire and confirmed that he had no doubt that the iPhone was the reason. He said he had left his phone in the car under the clothes when he gave the lesson and discovered when He returned with his car full of smoke.

Jones blamed his new iPhone 7 phone last week and Apple declined to comment on the incident so far, adding that it had taken the complaint into account and was currently investigating the issue.

The source of the fire remains a mystery so far, but there are many documents that confirm that lithium batteries can explode if they are damaged, overheated or overcharged.
Jones said he did nothing to burn the battery or phone, and said he did not drop the phone or use false charging devices and technologies that could damage the battery and the phone.

So my IPhone 7 plus blew up this morning ? was not even using it, literally no explanation for this pic.twitter.com/sQ8CJt4Y69

Jones blamed his new iPhone 7 phone last week and Apple declined to comment on the incident so far, adding that it had taken the complaint into account and was currently investigating the issue.
The source of the fire remains a mystery so far, but there are many documents that confirm that lithium batteries can explode if they are damaged, overheated or overcharged.
Jones said he did nothing to burn the battery or phone, and said he did not drop the phone or use false charging devices and technologies that could damage the battery and the phone.

 

 

 

تعليقات
انتظر...