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Pics shows: Wu's exploded iPhone; An Apple customer says the battery in her new iPhone 8 Plus swelled up and popped out the screen when she put it on charge. The news of the Taiwanese customer???s misfortune comes as the new product was met unenthusiastically by Asian customers. The woman identified only by her surname Wu from Taichung city in western Taiwan says she bought the phone last weekend. But a few days later she realised the screen was bulging up out of the case as it charged and she rushed to unplug it in case it was about to explode or burst into flames. Ms Wu maintains she was using the Apple charger supplied in the box with her new phone. The device was at 70 percent battery when she plugged it in, she says. She has now sent it back to Apple for its engineers to investigate. Tech commentators say a malfunctioning battery is by far the most likely cause of the fault. Apple has reportedly sourced its batteries for the iPhone 8 and its big brother the 8 Plus from Samsung SDI, LG Chem and Amperex Technology Limited. Samsung SDI and Amperex were both involved in supplying batteries used in Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phones, which had to be recalled after several handsets exploded. Taiwan media note that the episode will be a further blow to Apple???s fortunes in the region. The California-based firm has seen sales decline in China and Taiwan for six quarters in a row, it was reported, and no queues were seen outside Apple stores following the recent release of the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus. The firm???s top-of-the-range model, the iPhone X, may still see the company???s fortunes shift in Taiwan when pre-orders start to be accepted there on 27th October.
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Pics shows: Wu's exploded iPhone; An Apple customer says the battery in her new iPhone 8 Plus swelled up and popped out the screen when she put it on charge. The news of the Taiwanese customer???s misfortune comes as the new product was met unenthusiastically by Asian customers. The woman identified only by her surname Wu from Taichung city in western Taiwan says she bought the phone last weekend. But a few days later she realised the screen was bulging up out of the case as it charged and she rushed to unplug it in case it was about to explode or burst into flames. Ms Wu maintains she was using the Apple charger supplied in the box with her new phone. The device was at 70 percent battery when she plugged it in, she says. She has now sent it back to Apple for its engineers to investigate. Tech commentators say a malfunctioning battery is by far the most likely cause of the fault. Apple has reportedly sourced its batteries for the iPhone 8 and its big brother the 8 Plus from Samsung SDI, LG Chem and Amperex Technology Limited. Samsung SDI and Amperex were both involved in supplying batteries used in Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phones, which had to be recalled after several handsets exploded. Taiwan media note that the episode will be a further blow to Apple???s fortunes in the region. The California-based firm has seen sales decline in China and Taiwan for six quarters in a row, it was reported, and no queues were seen outside Apple stores following the recent release of the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus. The firm???s top-of-the-range model, the iPhone X, may still see the company???s fortunes shift in Taiwan when pre-orders start to be accepted there on 27th October.
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Pics shows: Wu's exploded iPhone; An Apple customer says the battery in her new iPhone 8 Plus swelled up and popped out the screen when she put it on charge. The news of the Taiwanese customer???s misfortune comes as the new product was met unenthusiastically by Asian customers. The woman identified only by her surname Wu from Taichung city in western Taiwan says she bought the phone last weekend. But a few days later she realised the screen was bulging up out of the case as it charged and she rushed to unplug it in case it was about to explode or burst into flames. Ms Wu maintains she was using the Apple charger supplied in the box with her new phone. The device was at 70 percent battery when she plugged it in, she says. She has now sent it back to Apple for its engineers to investigate. Tech commentators say a malfunctioning battery is by far the most likely cause of the fault. Apple has reportedly sourced its batteries for the iPhone 8 and its big brother the 8 Plus from Samsung SDI, LG Chem and Amperex Technology Limited. Samsung SDI and Amperex were both involved in supplying batteries used in Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phones, which had to be recalled after several handsets exploded. Taiwan media note that the episode will be a further blow to Apple???s fortunes in the region. The California-based firm has seen sales decline in China and Taiwan for six quarters in a row, it was reported, and no queues were seen outside Apple stores following the recent release of the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus. The firm???s top-of-the-range model, the iPhone X, may still see the company???s fortunes shift in Taiwan when pre-orders start to be accepted there on 27th October.
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Pics shows: User @Magokoro0511 from Japan claims to have received the iPhone 8 Plus in a similar condition, with the device split open inside the retail packaging; An Apple customer says the battery in her new iPhone 8 Plus swelled up and popped out the screen when she put it on charge. The news of the Taiwanese customer???s misfortune comes as the new product was met unenthusiastically by Asian customers. The woman identified only by her surname Wu from Taichung city in western Taiwan says she bought the phone last weekend. But a few days later she realised the screen was bulging up out of the case as it charged and she rushed to unplug it in case it was about to explode or burst into flames. Ms Wu maintains she was using the Apple charger supplied in the box with her new phone. The device was at 70 percent battery when she plugged it in, she says. She has now sent it back to Apple for its engineers to investigate. Tech commentators say a malfunctioning battery is by far the most likely cause of the fault. Apple has reportedly sourced its batteries for the iPhone 8 and its big brother the 8 Plus from Samsung SDI, LG Chem and Amperex Technology Limited. Samsung SDI and Amperex were both involved in supplying batteries used in Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phones, which had to be recalled after several handsets exploded. Taiwan media note that the episode will be a further blow to Apple???s fortunes in the region. The California-based firm has seen sales decline in China and Taiwan for six quarters in a row, it was reported, and no queues were seen outside Apple stores following the recent release of the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus. The firm???s top-of-the-range model, the iPhone X, may still see the company???s fortunes shift in Taiwan when pre-orders start to be accepted there on 27th October.
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Pics shows: User @Magokoro0511 from Japan claims to have received the iPhone 8 Plus in a similar condition, with the device split open inside the retail packaging; An Apple customer says the battery in her new iPhone 8 Plus swelled up and popped out the screen when she put it on charge. The news of the Taiwanese customer???s misfortune comes as the new product was met unenthusiastically by Asian customers. The woman identified only by her surname Wu from Taichung city in western Taiwan says she bought the phone last weekend. But a few days later she realised the screen was bulging up out of the case as it charged and she rushed to unplug it in case it was about to explode or burst into flames. Ms Wu maintains she was using the Apple charger supplied in the box with her new phone. The device was at 70 percent battery when she plugged it in, she says. She has now sent it back to Apple for its engineers to investigate. Tech commentators say a malfunctioning battery is by far the most likely cause of the fault. Apple has reportedly sourced its batteries for the iPhone 8 and its big brother the 8 Plus from Samsung SDI, LG Chem and Amperex Technology Limited. Samsung SDI and Amperex were both involved in supplying batteries used in Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phones, which had to be recalled after several handsets exploded. Taiwan media note that the episode will be a further blow to Apple???s fortunes in the region. The California-based firm has seen sales decline in China and Taiwan for six quarters in a row, it was reported, and no queues were seen outside Apple stores following the recent release of the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus. The firm???s top-of-the-range model, the iPhone X, may still see the company???s fortunes shift in Taiwan when pre-orders start to be accepted there on 27th October.
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Pics shows: Wu's exploded iPhone; An Apple customer says the battery in her new iPhone 8 Plus swelled up and popped out the screen when she put it on charge. The news of the Taiwanese customer???s misfortune comes as the new product was met unenthusiastically by Asian customers. The woman identified only by her surname Wu from Taichung city in western Taiwan says she bought the phone last weekend. But a few days later she realised the screen was bulging up out of the case as it charged and she rushed to unplug it in case it was about to explode or burst into flames. Ms Wu maintains she was using the Apple charger supplied in the box with her new phone. The device was at 70 percent battery when she plugged it in, she says. She has now sent it back to Apple for its engineers to investigate. Tech commentators say a malfunctioning battery is by far the most likely cause of the fault. Apple has reportedly sourced its batteries for the iPhone 8 and its big brother the 8 Plus from Samsung SDI, LG Chem and Amperex Technology Limited. Samsung SDI and Amperex were both involved in supplying batteries used in Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phones, which had to be recalled after several handsets exploded. Taiwan media note that the episode will be a further blow to Apple???s fortunes in the region. The California-based firm has seen sales decline in China and Taiwan for six quarters in a row, it was reported, and no queues were seen outside Apple stores following the recent release of the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus. The firm???s top-of-the-range model, the iPhone X, may still see the company???s fortunes shift in Taiwan when pre-orders start to be accepted there on 27th October.
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Pics shows: User @Magokoro0511 from Japan claims to have received the iPhone 8 Plus in a similar condition, with the device split open inside the retail packaging; An Apple customer says the battery in her new iPhone 8 Plus swelled up and popped out the screen when she put it on charge. The news of the Taiwanese customer???s misfortune comes as the new product was met unenthusiastically by Asian customers. The woman identified only by her surname Wu from Taichung city in western Taiwan says she bought the phone last weekend. But a few days later she realised the screen was bulging up out of the case as it charged and she rushed to unplug it in case it was about to explode or burst into flames. Ms Wu maintains she was using the Apple charger supplied in the box with her new phone. The device was at 70 percent battery when she plugged it in, she says. She has now sent it back to Apple for its engineers to investigate. Tech commentators say a malfunctioning battery is by far the most likely cause of the fault. Apple has reportedly sourced its batteries for the iPhone 8 and its big brother the 8 Plus from Samsung SDI, LG Chem and Amperex Technology Limited. Samsung SDI and Amperex were both involved in supplying batteries used in Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phones, which had to be recalled after several handsets exploded. Taiwan media note that the episode will be a further blow to Apple???s fortunes in the region. The California-based firm has seen sales decline in China and Taiwan for six quarters in a row, it was reported, and no queues were seen outside Apple stores following the recent release of the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus. The firm???s top-of-the-range model, the iPhone X, may still see the company???s fortunes shift in Taiwan when pre-orders start to be accepted there on 27th October.
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