Another Day, Another Smartphone Explosion! This Time, it’s the Apple iPhone 7 Plus

Smartphone explosions have become a rage in recent times. Now, a person in China claims that his Apple iPhone 7 Plus exploded after supposedly dropping from two feet.

    Smartphone explosions are really pushing the users backwards. After the great Samsung Galaxy Note 7 debacle all these days, we are hit with yet another explosion coming from China. This time, it's not a Samsung device, but the South Korean giant's rival, Apple's iPhone 7 Plus.

    Apple iPhone 7 Plus Reportedly Exploded in China!

    This news is coming all the way from China as a man accidentally loses control over his new iPhone 7 Plus and the outcome was really horrible. Instead of a cracked screen or dents on the phone, the device exploded horribly.

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    Having said that, the phone was dropped just from two feet, which makes the incident even worst.

    Apple iPhone 7 Plus Reportedly Exploded in China!

    Not so long ago, in Australia, an iPhone 7 exploded and Apple is still investigating that event. And this event makes things even worst for the Cupertino giant.

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    It's interesting to see how Apple will consider this incident. Thankfully, there was no harm to the owner of the smartphone.

    The major dent in the smartphone world was the recall Galaxy Note 7, which shook the entire industry. All said, the major issue for all these explosions is the smartphone's batteries.

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