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Fake iPhone 7 Explosion Video Is Fake

Softpedia Wednesday, 11 January 2017 ()
Fake iPhone 7 Explosion Video Is Fake​These days, pretty much every little device that catches fire almost instantly makes the headlines, especially after the Samsung Note 7 fiasco which confirmed that smartphones aren’t exactly safe pieces of technology. But in addition to the photos and videos that indeed show phones catching fire, there are also people spreading fake news across the Internet for reasons that we’re not going to discuss right now. But what we’re going to do instead is to debunk one of the latest clips making the rounds right now. The video you can see below claims to show an iPhone 7 Plus literally exploding in the hand of its owner. If you watch carefully, you can see the alleged device catching fire in a way that you wouldn’t normally expect, as it causes quite a huge flame that could have easily led to more injuries. [YOUTUBE=https://youtu.be/6s6s5P6-mZY] By the looks of things, the owner was pretty lucky because the only injuries he suffered were those burns to his left hand th...
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