In the case of theiPhone 8the issue appears to be limited to batteries bloating/swelling, rather than catching fire - at least as reported so far. Another report was logged in by iRepair, an Apple products repair shop based in Greece.
So keep this in mind Apple purist when you break the bank for your new X, you're in essence putting money in Samsung's pocket.
This article will be removed soon! Chester, in a previous tweet, pegged the density of the sub-pixels on the iPhone X's display at 326 per inch.
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Google Home Can Now Be Assigned To Specific Rooms
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'Bump stocks' ban bill receives bipartisan support
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Las Vegas gunman's father was on FBI's Most Wanted list
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U.S. pro-gun group agrees to curb on gun device
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Colorado universities help students apply for DACA renewal
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