We knew Apple’s mobe was hot in Asia, but this is ridiculous
A man in India says his iPhone 6 burst into flames just two days after he purchased the handset.
The Times of India reports that restaurant owner Kishan Yadav was making a hands-free call while driving through the city of when he noticed his new iPhone 6 emitting sparks. He tossed the overheating handset out of the window and onto the street where it immediately burst into flames upon impact.
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It finally happened. I became one of the many people who have shattered the screen on their iPhone 6, a phone I really like.
I was crossing the street to get in an Uber, carrying some baggage in one hand and my iPhone in the other. The phone slipped from my grip and landed perfectly flat on its face on the cement.
Apple Inc. has renewed its exclusive contract with Liquidmetal Technologies to use the latter’s metal alloys in its products, reveals a document (via MacRumors) filed with the SEC. It has fueled speculations that the next iPhone, likely to be called iPhone 6S or iPhone 7, may see the use of Liquidmetal’s technology. The Cupertino-based tech giant had first inked the deal with Liquidmetal in 2010, but has done little with the technology.