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Mar 26

US woman’s Apple iPhone 4 combusts during the night

Published in News, Technology News | Written by Matt

The news of a US woman’s Apple iPhone 4 combusting during the night comes just a few weeks after many new iPad users reported overheating issues with their new Apple devices.

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