The bad passage of the new iPhone is at its best. A few days ago there were reports of problems with the iPhone 8. This time the battery did not swell, and simply exploded.
The problem with batteries in the new iPhone seems to be more serious than initially assumed. Although so many new and effective smartphones have been sold so far with the logo of a bitten apple, there are still new reports of battery problems. Although these are individual cases, their numbers are slowly increasing, leading to the conclusion that the problem may be serious. Some of them discuss their conspiracy theories, which you can read in the article below. So far, the problem has been focused around swollen batteries, which in turn have caused the screen and other parts of the smartphone to peel off. There were also cases where the new smartphone removed from the box immediately presented with the defect described. Fortunately, the batteries themselves did not explode. A few days ago there was a report from China, where the iPhone 8 however exploded. In the photos we can see directly how the back cover of the smartphone was even massaged.One Chinese woman received her 64 GB iPhone from her father. She hooked him up to the charger and went to bed. When she woke up in the morning, she saw the smoke coming out of the device. The battery on the iPhone 8 started to fry and the characteristic hissing sounds were heard. Unfortunately, the woman got worse by throwing a smartphone under the water. The woman has already shared a description of the situation and photos of Apple. The company has not responded yet. Let's hope Apple finally sheds light on problematic batteries in new smartphones. For the time being, we have heard only that the company is looking at the reported problems. At the same time, it seems to me that there is an option in which the concern will not address these issues in the face of possible deterioration of the image just before the launch of the iPhone X. And that means that we will wait for some clarifications. Source: OrientalDaily