Did you all noticed that something very strange is going on with the smartphones this year, yes, in just several months, the number of smartphones caught fire and exploded. An Apple iPhone 7 which is actually owned by a surfer exploded for no apparent reason in this week, when he left his iPhone 7 wrapped in his cloth inside a car.
iPhone 7 Blast: Man Claims iPhone 7 Burst Into Flames In His Car
Something strange is going on with the smartphones this year, yes, in just several months, the number of smartphones caught fire and exploded. The crisis of explosions of mobile has not affected only the Samsung Galaxy Note 7. Recently it was reported that an iPhone 6s Plus exploded in the United States while being charged, and this situation is now affected the latest flagship of the company.
An Apple iPhone 7 which is actually owned by an Australian surfer exploded for no apparent reason in this week, when he left his iPhone 7 wrapped in his cloth inside a car. So, isn’t it strange?
The Australian surfer left the iPhone 7 into the car to attend a surfing lesson. By the time he returned, he found that the car was with glasses dirty by smoke explosion generated inside the car due to his iPhone 7. According to the reports, the phone explosion did enough damage inside the vehicle.
Apple spokesman told Business Insider that the company is already aware of the event and have investigated the case, it would be the first report of an iPhone 7 explodes. The surfer said he had a few weeks with the phone since purchase and has not thrown or loaded with a third cable or charger as well.
The isolated case of this iPhone 7 follows in the footsteps of scandal and lived by phone Samsung Galaxy Note 7, a phone that had to be withdrawn from the market in early October after at least 100 cases of explosions. Coincidentally, the first cases of explosions occurred in Australia, in early August.
As the smartphones, like iPhone 7, the Galaxy Note 7 and most of the gadgets, use lithium batteries, and it simply prone to explosions in case of overload, excessive heat, use of unauthorized chargers and power accessories.