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Old 02-09-2014, 05:10 PM
 
Location: northwest Illinois
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Seems that this is more of a good reason to not be an idiot who sits on expensive electronics with batteries in them than a reason to avoid Apple products.

But I guess if blathering on about "apple crap" and "ijunk" like some 12 year troll makes you feel clever, knock yourself out.
Like it or not, I call it like I see it. So many people are blinded by china crap, but they're the first ones to ***** when it blows up on them. Dollars trump doing a little homework even in a bad economy I guess. I'm also NOT the one calling another poster names either.
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Old 02-13-2014, 10:05 AM
 
Location: northwest Illinois
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i also heard about that after coming new and new models of iphone and many smart phone create with modern cell phone batteries and are chemical . i have experience with one battery , when my battery was damaged then i hit on the batery for see that what is it . after many hits on battery then mobile batry got hot . dears i hope u not believe then i try to pick then i cannot pick the battery because battery was burning like a fire thanks to you for this sharing this because due to this i also share my story with u .
I'm having a little problem understanding your post. Are you saying that you STRUCK the battery with an object?? That wasn't wise, since lithium-ion batteries contain caustic chemical compounds which will burn the skin and clothing! If your battery got too hot to touch for any reason, the SAFEST thing you can do is drop it into a box of baking soda with a towel to protect your hand. IF it were to burst or short, the baking soda would prevent a fire.
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