iPhone 7 Penis Fires are Equal to putting 8 Home Depot plumbers torches in your pants at full blast

iPhone 7 Penis Fires are Equal to putting 8 Home Depot plumbers torches in your pants at full blast

You should NOT put 8 flaming plumbers torches, turned up to their full blast flame setting into your pants, or any where near your genitals. This would a bad and dangerous thing.

If you did that, though, it still would not be as hot as a flaming iPhone 7 lithium ion battery going off.

Lithium ion batteries produce the same kind of chemical reaction as the deadly phosphorous bombs that the United Nations have ruled to be illegal on the battlefield. These reactions can eat a whole through your genitals in half a second.

There have been thousands of unreported iPhone and iPad fires. Apple has an incredible media machine for such cover-ups.

Now, though, the lithium ion battery fires are getting so voluminous that the lid has blown right off of the cover. Apple has rushed out BS press releases calling each fire an “isolated incident” but the news reports of thousands of such fires proof that Apple is LYING! Tens of thousands of the lithium ion batteries have exploded in the U.S. and it is covered up because White House insiders own the lithium ion battery stock market stocks.

Qantas forced to review its seat design and safety measures after an iPhone stuck in a chair caught fire on a flight from Los Angeles to New York

Sep 28, 2016

Qantas forced to review its seat design and safety measures after an iPhone stuck in a chair caught fire on a flight from Los Angeles to New York bing news

Qantas has issued new safety measures after an iPhone caught on fire and had to be put out with fire extinguishers when it slipped down a passenger’s seat and was crushed. A report released by the Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) said the phone …

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Samsung. Un nouveau cas d’explosion de Galaxy Note 7 en Chine

Sep 28, 2016

Un utilisateur chinois du Galaxy Note 7 de Samsung a affirmé que sa batterie avait explosé et mis le feu à son appareil, ainsi qu’à son ordinateur. Le jeune…

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Why Samsung’s fires won’t really help Apple in the end

Sep 15, 2016

Apple’s (AAPL) new iPhone 7 may not have blown anybody away, but at least it didn’t literally blow up like some of Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 phones have. This is the thinking that has led …

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iPhone 7 catches fire; arrives charred in box, owner says

13 hour(s), 19 minute(s) ago

We hear about phones catching fire all of the time. In fact, Samsung made headlines recently for its massive Galaxy Note 7 recall after a faulty battery put the device at risk for catching on fire. But a charred phone on delivery? That’s new. The device …

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Possible Exploding iPhone 7 Could Threaten Mass Recall

9 hour(s), 43 minute(s) ago

Possible Exploding iPhone 7 Could Threaten Mass Recall bing news

That could trigger an automatic recall for all iPhone 7 devices, if the explosion is confirmed … subways and buses to not to use the smartphones due to the risk of dangerous fires. Because Samsung caught the issue quickly, it has successfully recalled …

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Following Note 7 Explosions now iPhone 7 catches fire inside the box, device completely burnt

8 hour(s), 35 minute(s) ago

Following Note 7 Explosions now iPhone 7 catches fire inside the box, device completely burnt bing news

2016 could just be the year of smartphone explosions. It all started off with first few Xaiomi smartphones and then we saw the whole issue with Note 7 phablet and now continuing the trend we have yet another smartphone. And interestingly it is iPhone 7.

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Safety of lithiumion batteries questioned after phone recall

Sep 12, 2016

Safety of lithium-ion batteries questioned after phone recall bing news

The same type of battery is used in all kinds of devices. The FAA has been concerned about the fire danger posed by lithiumion batteries for years — a video shows the impact of a fire in a simulated cargo hold. The agency and airlines are now warning …

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Safety of lithiumion batteries questioned after phone recall

Sep 12, 2016

The agency and airlines are now warning flyers not to use or charge the recalled Samsung Galaxy Note 7 on board aircraft because of a fire danger linked to its batteries. Lithium

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Qantas warns of phone fire risk after US flight incident

10 hour(s), 39 minute(s) ago

Australian carrier Qantas has warned of the danger of mobile phones being crushed in reclinable … told customers not to use or charge Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 during flights after faulty lithiumion batteries in the new smartphone caused some handsets …

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