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Discussion in 'Home, Auto, Hobby and Computer Tech' started by NVGator, Sep 2, 2016.
One phone out of 50 million?
Once there was only one note 7 that caught fire. I just shared the story, enjoy.
You're an embarrassment on this topic.
You hate facts, understood.
Let me know when it's a fact that Apple will be recalling tens of millions of phones, and they aren't allowed on planes.
Like most apple fanboys, you can't see past your own nose. That's a shame. Or keep up with a thread for that matter
I'm typing this to get the last word in. Do not post again in this thread or risk suspension.
Wow.... An Apple Fanboy with teeth, who would have thought.
Why stifle him showing his ignorance?
I've never seen Urg not able to resize a picture.... it must be easier on an android .
Lol. You can be so petty sometimes.
Actually I was having fun. URG is online 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. He can sustain an argument, no matter how dumb, for months. He'll respond within seconds after you hit "Post Reply". He always gets the last word because everyone he takes on finally just throws up their hands and stops responding. .....and it's killing him. URG, you can post again. I hope it's not from a Note, however - you could lose your life.
A new iphone caught fire, I shared the story, you took offense to it. Deal with it
I demand a retraction. You said sometimes.
Deal with it? It's YOU that can't deal with the fact Samsung is having to do this recall. No reason to bash the superior iPhone just because you're butthurt about the situation.
Like I said...
That was the 2nd reported one but they are being handled "In house". We might not ever lean the true numbers because :"Apple Fanbois" would rather bite the bullet than admit fault with their Icon/status symbol.
I did see that it was the 2nd, however, I buy the argument about the first. It does appear that there was substantial external damage done to the phone, so much so that it could make the battery unstable. I personally don't believe the note 7 issue is directly the batteries, but rather something else causing the batteries to overheat and become unstable. We'll see what they come up with I guess.
Well batteries should get the hottest when they are dead and on full charge but Note 7 get hotter when on trickle charge. Ion-lithium liquid forms tiny spikes as depleted so maybe the plate separator might be too thin like I stated in earlier post.
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