While some iPhone 6S users have been frustrated by spontaneous battery shutdowns lately, there are others whose power struggles are a bit more explosive.
Reports from China claim that some iPhone 6 batteries have been pulling a Note 7 and bursting into flames.
The Shanghai Consumer Council (SHCC) filed a complaint against Apple on behalf of Chinese iPhone users who have experienced a range of issues with their devices, according to The International Business Times. Prominent among those problems: sudden spontaneous combustion.
The filing alleges that from Sept. 1 to Nov. 30, there were eight complaints lodged in relation to incidents of iPhone 6 or 6S devices smoking and exploding. Due to the language used in the translation of the SHCC filing, it wasn’t clear exactly how many devices were exploded and if there were multiple complaints associated with only a few incidents. Read more…
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