In Australia, iPhone 7 burned a car
In Australia, iPhone 7 burned a car

In Australia, iPhone 7 burned a car

In Australia, iPhone 7 burned a car Some invisible sinister karma hangs over the flagships of leading smartphone manufacturers. The first sufferer was the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, which caused a series of fires and fires in the United States, South Korea, China and Australia with damage to the property of the owners of the device. Now the baton was taken over by the September debutant of Apple iPhone 7. As it became known, another case of unexpected fire occurred in Australia. Matt Jones, who bought a new apple smartphone just seven days ago, went surfing, leaving the iPhone 7 in his car under his clothes. Upon returning from the beach, the man saw that the interior of the car was covered in thick black smoke. Opening the door, Jones discovered that almost half of the car’s interior, as well as the clothes that covered the smartphone, had been destroyed. Having carefully examined the car, the Australian did not find any other sources of ignition except iPhone 7. In Australia, iPhone 7 burned a car According to the victim, at the time of the incident, the smartphone could not get warm from direct sunlight, as it was covered with clothes, and during the short period of operation it used only branded chargers and adapters. In Australia, iPhone 7 burned a car In Australia, iPhone 7 burned a car Currently, Apple representatives said they are aware of the incident and are investigating. They refused to provide any suggestions or clarifications on the situation. Http://www.phonearena.com/news/iPhone-7-catches-fire-burns-a-car_id86828

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