From the last two weeks or so, we have been continuously hearing about the Apple iPhone 6s battery problems. While Apple quickly addressed the issue and offered free replacements for all users, another question regarding the same phone comes into limelight.
According to PhoneArena, a user's Apple iPhone 6s exploded when kept it to charge. Just after removing the smartphone from charging, the phone started emitting flames, which resulted in the user to drop the smartphone onto the floor.
The report even claims that there is no information whether the users is affected with any injuries due to the explosion.
To recall the exact battery problem, several Apple iPhone 6s users reported that their smartphone is turning off when the battery percent in the phone reaches 30 percent.
This new explosion will shake the Cupertino giant to a major extent, and it's interesting to see how Apple will take this issue from here on. We will keep you updated if there's any update officially from Apple.