Maybe you had bought the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus in your hands. Congratulations on the new device! The new iPhones are not only incredibly powerful, thanks to the new Bionic chips, but are also the longest-lasting iPhones we' ve put through our battery life test. Maybe you are still immersed in the new iPhone 8 or iPhone 8 Plus, and immersed in the new feature. Don't be too happy. Maybe will appear some things what you can' t think of it, such as the LCD display, the glass back cover, the wireless charging and the battery.
With the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus now on sale around the world, reports have begun to appear of a potential issue regarding the batteries. A handful of users in China Hong Kong, Taiwan and Japan posted images of the devices online which showed the screens pulled away from the body. This damage was supposedly caused by an expanding battery.
The first case appeared in Taiwan, when a lady called Mrs Wu posted that her 64GB iPhone 8 Plus had popped open while it was charging. The front display panel had begun to rise after the device had been plugged for a couple of minutes, she said, causing it to snap open seconds later.
Mrs Wu confirmed that she had been using the official Apple charger and cable that came in the box. So the news outlets in Taiwan reported that the local mobile carrier had taken the iPhone back and passed it on to Apple for investigation.
The second case is in Japan, another iPhone 8 Plus user tweeted pictures of his device, showing the bowing in the screen and how it separated from the main chassis.
The third instance was reported in Hong Kong by New Mobile Life, where a Mr Lin shared pictures of his iPhone 8 with similar issues.
When this thing has been appeared, Apple said: "looking into the issue." Should iPhone users be worried that their shiny new devices are a potential danger?
Obviously, should other cases (such as explosion or fire) come to light then you would expect a more formal announcement. In the meantime, if you notice any unusual bending, bowing, or heat affecting your iPhone 8 or 8 Plus then we recommend taking it to an Apple store to have it looked at. So if you're yet to purchase this year's model, then it might be worth waiting until the iPhone X arrives in November before you make the decision.
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