Forget Samsung Galaxy Note 7, iPhone 7 is exploding too!
Forget Samsung Galaxy Note 7, iPhone 7 is exploding too!

Images of new iPhone 7 have surfaced online and it appears that the smartphone caught on fire due to some kind of explosion.

Forget Samsung Galaxy Note 7, iPhone 7 is exploding too!

We all know very well that the all new iPhone 7 and 7 Plus arrived this month and the new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus promise to revolutionize the market for smartphones. It was one of the most talked and hot topics in recent days.

We have seen Samsung Galaxy Note 7 had some serious problem in the factory battery anode and cathode cell contact, resulting in overheating and can cause the battery to catch fire, hence, the phone explodes following it not iPhone 7 catches fire inside the box.

Due to various reasons, the new iPhone 7 is been in the limelight for quite some time. Now another reason had popped up on the internet that might help Apple to be in the limelight for some more time. Images of a fully burnt iPhone 7 have surfaced online and it appears that the smartphone caught on fire due to some kind of explosion.

Forget Samsung Galaxy Note 7, iPhone 7 is exploding too!
Forget Samsung Galaxy Note 7, iPhone 7 is exploding too!

The image actually surfaced on Reddit where the owner “kroopthesnoop” posted the image and claimed that the device exploded and caught fire right inside the box itself. If we take a brief look at the image above the phone does look in terrible condition as the explosion completely ripped the device apart.

However, there were not enough proof to support the claim to be true but the photograph seems to look like a legitimate one. There is the possibility that the photo is totally fake. The phone in it may have damaged in some other way just to create a hoax.

It will be too early to speculate on this issue as we don’t have much needed genuine information about this so iPhone users needn’t worry too much for now. However, if any user notice any unusual heating in their smartphone they should immediately report it to their nearest service center.



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