The girl complains that the phone caught fire while she was sleeping
A resident of Norfolk (Virginia, US) Rael, Manning-Moore stated that her favorite iPhone broke while she slept. It is known that the device has left a serious burn on the shoulder of the girl.
About it reports local TV channel Andrew Lok.
According to Manning-Moore, phone caught fire while you were charging it. Apparently, she put him to bed, in the dream, I crushed his body and the device temperature is too high. In the end, she woke up from severe pain in the shoulder area.
“I was never so painful as that night,” he told journalists injured.
The girl said that took iPhone to the Apple service center a few weeks ago and have not yet received answers from the company. She said that the device was connected to the original charger. At the request of the journalists the representative of Apple said that the specialists understand the incident. “I can’t stop crying when I think about that night,” he said, Manning-Moore.
We will remind, earlier it was reported that Apple plans to discontinue the service of its printing in late September. The feature allows users to arrange albums, photobooks, prints and other items with photos stored in Photos of their iCloud account (previously iPhoto). Final print orders must be placed before September 30, 2018 in accordance with the new pop-up message that appears in the “Photo” while you are running macOS 10.13.6.
The report says that users download third-party app from the Mac App Store to obtain prints. These applications are integrated directly into the Photos and process all that Apple once did.
As reported by the portal “Znayu” Apple stopped selling the MacBook Pro 2015 release, the last of the Prosumer laptop that still had an Arsenal of useful ports, including USB-A, HDMI and a full-sized SD card slot. MacBook Pro 2015 also was the last MacBook with a traditional keyboard. After its release, the company switched to a new mechanism for keyboard, “butterfly”, which led to some problems in terms of reliability. Just last month, Apple acknowledged that a key on the keyboard was prone to breakdowns.