This should be a lesson for everyone who gets behind the wheel. A Chinese driver shared a footage collected from her dashcam after she herself experienced a hard-breathing incident in her cabin.
Without the AC on, the cabin is normally 30 degrees Celsius hotter than the outside
The woman placed her iPhone on the dashboard, thinking it would be docilely lying there. But No, it did not. Suddenly a fire was burst from her phone leaving her dumbfounded and stopped the car almost instantly. Fortunately, the self-kindling fire died itself before the interior would get significant damage.
Long-term exposure to the sun or heat can cause permanent damage to the batteries, Apple warns its users
To explain the incident, her husband blamed the battery she had placed back in February. He thought he was tricked by the mobile phone shop into buying an unofficial one.
When they asked for the compensation, the shop tried to evade their responsibility and would be only willing to make up with a second-hand model, which kind of frustrated the couple.
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In the summer, it is critical to protecting your car from direct sunlight. Without the AC on, the cabin is normally 30 degrees Celsius hotter than the outside. The viral video draws the attention of iPhone users to the Apple’s warning that reads long-term exposure to the sun or heat can cause permanent damage to the batteries. So if you are a smartphone user, especially an iPhone user, make sure to protect your phone from long-term direct sunlight.
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