This is the IP57 used for, if your phone catches fire simply pour some water in it and don't worry its water resistant. (THIS IS MR. JOBS DREAM truly innovative)
Must be Amperex battery. The same one exploded in Note7 second version. The causes of explosion and the faulty part of the battery had been explained in a video made by samsung. Apple are lucky they dont need to go through so much as Samsung did. Good luck Apple.
-DEXTER, 24 Feb 2017Once upon a time Iphone 7 joined the game of exploding phones .I know your location tag, I know you are an android fanboy. hm... how could this be together.
Anonymous, 24 Feb 2017There were many cases like this before, but media doesn't give a single f if it's apple. Every... moreOne case once in a while vs about 50 cases a week. I think there is a difference between normal lithium ion batteries catching fire (there's always a very low risk) and Galaxy Note 7's battery explosions because of malfunction batteries.
This is more like media is hating apple because if this happened to a Sony, OnePlus, Xiaomi, Pixel idk whatever, nobody would care because it's normal.
This has been happening for a while now, too bad the media is biased enough to hide the truth
What no one wants to admit is, that this has been an issue with sealed batteries in general...in most cases to a lower extent...battery swells, pins separate, phone dies and doesn't turn back on...cells don't continue to swell, but phone ceases working, resulting in a "fix" which just replaces the battery, or a trade in/warranty/insurance claim.
However, if the pins do not separate or if the reactive lithium makes contact with oxygen...boom.
Very good. This very small for iphone users. Iphone pont... Stupid peiple
Now, it's Sammy fanboys to laugh at iFans. Let the battle begin lol
There were many cases like this before, but media doesn't give a single f if it's apple. Everyone loses their minds when it's samsung.