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What about iphone blast ????

173 Views 2 Replies Latest reply: Jan 19, 2013 2:44 AM by Julian Wright RSS
Lovekesh14 Calculating status...
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Jan 18, 2013 11:40 PM

This is not a joke….

 

The battery of the iPhone have some problem in it. On 18th Jan 2013, I charged my iPhone 4 16gb. The battery was full nearly 90 percent in the morning, then I put it in my table's drawer and in the evening when I opened the drawer I was shocked. The whole phone was melted. Strange from inside to outside. May be due to battery. You can see the pictures of my iPhone. The battery backup was OK. So I don't know what exactly happened with my phone. It is clearly a hardware fault but it could be dangerous if I carry the iPhone with me in my pocket.

The warranty is over.

IPhone 4 was 16gb factory unlocked.

IOS version 6.0.1.

Not jailbreaked

At least anybody tell me what the **** was happened to my iPhone. Now what is the difference between a chinese and a branded phone, can we trust on world's top most company iPhone  ?????

I have attached some pictures of my mobile. You can see them...

 

 

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iPhone 4, iOS 6.0.1
  • carl wolf Level 6 Level 6 (13,920 points)
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    Jan 19, 2013 2:18 AM (in response to Lovekesh14)

    Your ranting makes it difficult to accept your veracity.  Regardless, take it to Apple, and speak with a Genius.  There's no one here who can assist you directly.

  • Julian Wright Level 7 Level 7 (34,835 points)
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    Jan 19, 2013 2:44 AM (in response to Lovekesh14)

    > At least anybody tell me what the **** was happened to my iPhone.

     

    Well, it appears something happened to the battery. Nobody here can tell you what caused it. Perhaps a fault with the battery, perhaps a fault with the charger. Who knows?

     

    > Now what is the difference between a chinese and a branded phone, can we trust on world's top most company iPhone  ?????

     

    Batteries, like any product (regardless of cost or manufacturer) can develop faults. It happens. Even the most expensive products on the planet can develop faults. Nothing can be guaranteed as perfect every single time, forever and in every possible usage scenario. It's nothing to do with trust - just the facts of life.

     

    Like any other product that develops a fault, take it back to the manufacturer.

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