Can't say I am crazy about some aspects of Appoo but so far they have sold about 20 million iPhone 6s so 2 spontaneously combusting out of 20 million is not far off the odds of winning the lottery.
Hardly a trend is it?
A man in India says his iPhone 6 burst into flames just two days after he purchased the handset. The Times of India reports that restaurant owner Kishan Yadav was making a hands-free call while driving through the city of when he noticed his new iPhone 6 emitting sparks. He tossed the overheating handset out of the window and …
Nothing to do with your silly dismissive 'fanboi' word. Samsung had a serious problem due to design affecting a large percentage of units. Apple - and the truth of what actually happened here is not established - has a very small percentage of failure. It is the people here who have very quickly come out criticising Apple. Get some perspective.
Any high energy phone will have an increased probability of acting like a bomb (explode, burn) if there is an electrical problem. That is one reason lithium batteries are controlled during transportation. Once the person throws the "sparking" phone out the window and it explodes, the ability to find the source of the problem (perhaps a defective charger or cable . . . or phone) is lost. Perhaps the phone has been dropped before, etc. or perhaps it was defective. I doubt we will know.
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