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Apple’s iPhone 8 Plus allegedly ‘explodes’ whilst on charge

Every time a major smartphone is launched, we see various reports floating around the internet which make claims of exploding mobiles.

According to Forbes, most are not complaining about leveling performance issues tied up to the 3D Touch, the same battery life reduction problem, app crashes, lock screen freezes, as well as Bluetooth and WiFi connections getting dropped. The Cupertino company's social media accounts are now plagued with complaints from users who seem to have ended up in a worse situation than before.

Pictures show the aluminium frames detached from the body. It's also possible that a third-party charger was used in the Taiwanese owner's case, even though the owner claims she used the Apple-provided plug adaptor and cable. "Of those planning to buy an iPhone, 65.1 per cent of respondents said they meant to buy an iPhone 8, 8 Plus or X, compared with the 75.7 per cent who said they planned to buy one of the two iPhone 7 models when they were launched previous year", the survey said.

"After about three minutes, she reported seeing the front panel bulge, and eventually lift completely from the device", the report added. If you are reading this story on another site, it was stolen and republished in violation of United States and global copyright and trademark legislation. Drexel Hamilton reissued a "buy" rating and set a $202.00 target price on shares of Apple in a research report on Tuesday, June 6th.

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Recently, the iPhone 8 was released and it is not much better than the iPhone 8 to me. The owner was apparently delivered the iPhone in such a state. Various tech websites have said that it might be a battery issue, as it may have swelled up due to pressure and heat.

According to Quartz, Apple is looking into the reports that their iPhone 8s are falling apart, or rather blowing up.

The complaints, first reported by The Verge, have surfaced on sites such as Reddit, Apple's support page and MacRumors forums. Apple made the first iOS version available to the public in 2007 when the first-generation iPhone model was launched. The company later confirmed the report saying that, despite being smaller, the effectiveness of the batteries remain the same.

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