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After Samsung smartphones Explosions, Is Apple's iPhones Next?

Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Batteries are the most dangerous component in a smartphone, the issue of batteries explosion has always affected mobile devices, but while the Note 7 had a defect that made explosions far more common than they typically are in phones.

But we have to mention that no phone is safe. After we saw reports of batteries inside iPhone 7 and an iPhone 7 Plus handsets blowing up, another iPhone has now made the news for the same reason: The battery exploded and the phone caught on fire.

According to a new report, an iPhone 6 Plus exploded in a student’s back pocket and caught fire during class.

The fire left second degree burns on the student leg and left index finger.

It’s not clear at this point what caused the accident but as the student said the phone battery was dead and it was not plugged in.

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