AnonD-517906, 22 Oct 2016Must be the 9th? ha ha
i only own 5 year old iPhone, and if it explodes, it'll be my fault fo... morethe most easy way to defend ur favorite brand... BLAME THE USER for neglecting their iphone...
then, answer this one...
IF I drop my iphone in the water and did not aware that I had lost my phone in the water for a good 30min or more, then when I salvage it & dried it the phone won't boot, will u consider that as user's fault?
most probably ur answer is YES, to defend ur fav device & fav brands
look, how can u blame anything that happen to the phone to be user's fault?
U don't know the exact chronology, u don't know whether the car parked in a HOT parking lot or not, and other more variables.
what BASIC user wants from their smartphone is they can use it easily, they can charge it safely, and it won't explode & burn ANYTHING when placed anywhere!
Many user placed their phone in the bar full of gym stuff & clothes before, but there is NO CASE of explosion.
Many user placed their phone my my country (Indonesia) in their bike as GPS under direct sunlight for HOURS but there is NO CASE of explosion.
Many user forget to bring their phone when shopping and left it in their car, and there is NO CASE of explosion before.
Now, still care to defend ur beloved brands which made iBomb 7?
I am tired to hear any incident of catching fire on Samsung Note 7 and then follow by iPhone 7. But I must say the user must know the safety way to charge their handset, he should not put the clothes on it, I guess he maybe want to claim a new one or maybe inadvertence.
AnonD-514016, 21 Oct 2016fine below 10 at the expense of life and property?, you mean 2 more cars, 2 more houses then 2... moreMust be the 9th? ha ha
i only own 5 year old iPhone, and if it explodes, it'll be my fault for not charging/putting it properly and this incident was seems to be caused by the human himself. leaving an iPhone in the car and put it in a stack of clothes, letting it heat up for long time inside a car and burn.
Well gee, who would have thought charging a phone in a hot car is a bad idea.... u know the same cars where cheaper lighters blow up if left in the sun ...
I think chinese phone company sabotage samsung and apple so they can gain ground
Wat! what is going on, I can't understand this, from Samsung Note 7 to iphone 7? What is wrong with the 7 friends! Indeed I can't understand this. investigations should be made as to what exactly happened. Both are very good phones the next we will hear will be LG V20. Investigate this now.
AnonD-491313, 21 Oct 2016It was human error. Australian sun, with an eletronical equipment ducked beneat what seems lik... moreSorry to break it to you, but I live near this guy, its only just spring now and 2 hours south of Sydney, its still rather cool only about 20C. I assure you it is not hot here yet.
AnonD-513268, 21 Oct 2016Same here as well.. I used Nokia E7-00 and now using Nokia 625...Never had any over heating is... moreLikewise. Miss Nokia too. Don't really care for Apple and Samsung phones. I prefer Apple computers, Samsung TVs, LG appliances, and Sony gaming. They each have their strengths but I feel Apple makes better computers since that is where they were born from than they do making phones and tablets. I think iOS is a joke. Even MacBooks have SD slot, torrent apps, and you can drag and drop files fast. Leave phones to the real pioneers like Motorola and Nokia. Anyways, Nokia Android phones for 2017 will be the return of the king.
I am just patiently waiting for a GTA V video to get uploaded featuring an iPhone 7 mod
ej10, 21 Oct 2016that happen to buy iphone garbage and samsung too, go and buy quality phones such Sony or HTC ... moreHTC and Sony ? ahah overpriced garbage, you can buy a chinese phone with as much features and quality for 1/2 of the price
The Apple Always İs Worst.The All Brands İs So Good But Not Ever Apple
Suck-it-up, 21 Oct 2016All the sammy haters can eat that! iPhone being equally prone to blasts.Seems like a bad time... moreEqually prone to blasts? There were over 100 Note 7 incidents in the first couple months alone. This is nowhere near the level of the Note 7 fiasco.