Apple Points Finger At Users In Rash Of Explosions

Posted: Aug 31 2009, 6:07am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 4:01pm CDT, in News | Apple

 
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The rash of explosions of iPhones and iPod in Europe has drawn the attention of governments and the media as well as Apple. Apple is now point the finger directly at the users of the devices.

The Inq reports Apple says that it has seen no evidence that its hardware or batteries had anything to do with the explosions of the devices. Apple says that the explosions were caused by external force.

What Apple is saying is that the phones were dropped and that this led to the explosions. Perhaps the company forgot that phones are dropped frequently and if they blow up after being dropped, that is a big problem.

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