An iPhone 4 that began smoking and glowing on a passenger flight has been found to have been badly repaired. Thankfully, when the incident took place, the plane had already landed at Sydney airport and airline staff managed to deal with the alarming discovery. The ATSB (Australian Transport Safety Bureau) has now carried out a full investigation and discovered that the iPhone 4 had been tampered with.
This was a very small incident however it could have turned into something much worse. The CASA (Civil Aviation Safety Authority) recommends that devices like this should always be carried in the cabin and never stored in the checked-in baggage.
UK editor at iMore, mobile technology lover and air conditioning design engineer.
What's even scarier is that this story is 2-3 days old and just now TIPB is running it.
Seriously, you guys are behind the times as of late. You're running stories that other sites have run days prior. WTF?... Over.
I am calm, but that doesn't change the fact that TIPB is behind on news. Seems they've always been a bit like this and I don't know why... short of it being an employee/editor problem. The idea behind news feeds it to be on time or don't do it at all. If they're 2 days late on everything they run, what's the point behind having a news feed when it's no longer news.
What are you a moron? This isn't CNN. It's a blog run by a handful of people that like to write interesting articles. Get over it!
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thats why people dont like non removable batteries
Yeah, because devices with removable batteries have never overheated or started fires...
Sony and HP, among others, might (not) beg to differ.
Unless you have some electronic knowledge, never try a repair.
As far as this blog, it is run by very dedicated people that have a great amout of things to pass on to us, but it is not their full time job. They are not perfect, but really try to make this a site worth coming to, and reading.
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