New Incident Of iPhone 8 Plus Batteries Swelling Out Of Their Cases Surfaces

New Incident Of iPhone 8 Plus Batteries Swelling Out Of Their Cases Surfaces

As we all know, the tech giant Apple recently launched its most innovative device, iPhone X. It had also introduced iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus.

Well, Apple has made some changes in its tactics and tried something different with the iPhone X. The front panel of iPhone X is completely occupied by the screen and has no button.

A few days ago, we have read the news in which one of the Taiwanese iPhone 8 Plus buyers has claimed that her new iPhone 8 Plus split open while being charged with the original cable and plug adapter.

Another case of all new iPhone 8 Plus appeared on the internet and this time the iPhone 8 Plus battery has swelled out of its case. The swollen battery case of all new iPhone 8 Plus was reported in state media in China.

Well, the similar type of incidence has also been reported in Taiwan and Japan where the batteries of latest iPhone 8 Plus becoming bloated, causing the device’s casing to open.

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China’s state-backed ThePaper.cn have cited an iPhone buyer who goes by the name Liu as saying that his new iPhone 8 Plus arrived cracked open on October 5, 2017.

The buyer told ThePaper that he purchased the latest iPhone 8 Plus from JD.com Inc and it arrived cracked open. However, there is no sign of the explosion. He also claimed that he didn’t charge the new device and returned it back to the seller.

Liu had taken pictures of his new iPhone 8 Plus and it was featured on ThePaper’s website. The picture shows that the internal parts of iPhone 8 Plus were visible.




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Images of the iPhone 8 which a state-run Chinese website says burst open due to a swollen battery — one of growing no. of similar reports
One of the Apple Spokesperson had said that they are looking into the matter and declined to comment further. So, it looks like, iPhone 8 is facing some problem on the battery front.

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