Apple Investigating AirPod Explosion

Apple Investigating AirPod Explosion

Apple Investigating AirPod Explosion

"I didn't, you know, see it happen, but I mean, it was already fried", he told WFLA. "But I'm sure that since it hangs down, it could've been [my] ear lobe, you know, my ear lobe could've been burnt".

Apple's iPhones have been in the news for exploding every now and then around the world - a lot of them have faulty batteries.

Colon says he noticed white smoke started billowing out of the right AirPod during his session. "You can see the flame damage", he added.

An Apple spokeswoman tells 8 On Your Side that the company is investigating and will reach out to Colon.

Such reports have continued to plague Samsung, which first issued a voluntary recall of its Galaxy Note 7 phones because of a "battery issue" on September 2, offering to give replacement phones to customers who had bought the devices.

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Samsung blamed two separate issues for numerous fires in the tablet smarphone hybrid. The reason behind Galaxy Note 7's explosions was its battery.

This caused the battery cell's upper right corner to be crimped by the casing. As if exploding smartphones weren't unsafe enough, Apple's wireless AirPods have now joined their ranks.

Colon immediately removed the AirPods, and after a while, he observed that the earbud was starting to melt.

They're surprisingly good at staying put within your ear, and the battery life is commendable.

The likelihood of losing them is real, but this fault lies in the hands of the consumer, rather than the manufacturer. Suddenly, the news went viral and users of AirPods have started worrying on using the AirPods. It's a very good revolutionary product which has set new benchmarks in the industry with its first version.

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