iPhone 6 Plus explode as she slept next to it

FLORIDA – iPhone 6 plus user posted online that her handset all of a sudden burst into flames iphone-6-plus-explode-as-she-slept-next-to-itwhile it charged on a nightstand.

Amanda Bentz of Tampa Bay stated from CBS news affiliate WTSP pertaining to her iPHone 6 Plus,

“It woke me up… the flames itself. There was no warning. It didn’t start sparking, smoking… nothing. Out of nowhere it just burst into flames.”  Pertaining to her iPhone 6 Plus explosive episode. Amanda was using an Apple charger to recharge her iPhone when the incident happened.

Amanda husband Kyle posted the experience on his Facebook page, warning people to be very cautious of charging any phone next to them as they slept.

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“It’s a little scary waking up to your wife’s iPhone 6 Plus on fire right next to her head,” Kyle narrated.

“It was blowing fire out scorched her pillow case earrings and drapes… Not sure what happened it’s something internal because charger was not warm at all,” he continued.

Bentz is expecting to get a replacement unit. Apple has requested for a $749 hold on Bentz’s credit card, which will be released back to her once she has delivered the damaged iPhone back to the company.


Samsung Galaxy Tab S3

Newest tablet is going to have some variances since the Samsung Tab S3 will feature an enhanced

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3

processor which is rumored to be offered in two versions with identical specs but different screen sizes. First model will apparently come out with an 8-inch screen while the second will be having 9-inch screen display.

Some other rumored specs of the Galaxy Tab S8 are its improved 4000mAh battery, 32GB internal memory. 9.7-inch model is expected to have bigger storage and battery capacity of 5870mAh.

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AT&T to reimbursement $88M to consumers

AT&T will start refunding 2.7 million clients for charged items they hadn’t agreed to including att-to-reimbursement-88m-to-consumerswallpapers, text message subscription and ringtones, the Federal Trade Commission verified.

Regulator reported in 2014 that a total of $88 million could be return to consumers for charges made for selection of services offered by third party providers Tattoo and Acquinity.

Next a extended period of collating and confirming complaints, AT&T will credit present and past consumers within the next 75 days.

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Based to the FTC’s complain, ATT set unauthorized fees on bills for items such as horoscope, love  tips and cat alerts in a strategy called mobile cramming. Despite the fact that some of this cash was handed on to the third party providers, the FTC says ATT kept 35 percent of the fees. The operator modified its payment system following the preliminary investigation.

Chairwoman of FTC Edith Ramirez mentioned: “AT&T received a high volume of complaints related to mobile cramming prior to the FTC and other federal and state agencies stepping in on consumers’ behalf. I am pleased that consumers are now being refunded their money and that AT&T has changed its mobile billing practices.”

Complaints occur over replacement batteries for Note 7


Samsung Galaxy Note 7

Consumer complaints that replacing batteries for Samsung Galaxy Note 7 have been overheating and rapidly dropping battery power pressured to confuse the South Korean technology giants unheard of recall its quality smartphone. In South Korea, where Samsung started providing replacement handsets to costumers, the company acknowledged some users had been complaining regarding the replacement handsets, which contain non-removable batteries, on other hand, there is a good thing happening about the cellular country complaints.

In a statement published, Samsung might delay resuming sales of the Galaxy Note 7 in order to finish its recall, citing that some 200,000 users in South Korea have not switch in their older smartphones.
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Regional Telcos stop Galaxy Note 7 Sale

Local telcos in Singapore like Singel, M1 and samsung galaxy note 7StarHub have pulled the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 away their racks soon after the South Korean electronics giant publicized a global recall of its newest handset amid reports that several devices exploded while being charged.

StarHub spokesperson  told to Channel News Asia“Samsung has informed us that it will provide customers with updates on phone exchange at a later date. In the meantime, Galaxy Note7 users seeking more information on their phone can contact Samsung’s customer care hotline at 1800-Samsung.”

M1 mentioned to their Facebook page, “In line with Samsung’s global Note 7 sales halt, M1 has stopped sales of the handset.”

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Exploding batteries got forced Samsung to hold off shipments of Galaxy Note 7 handset. Samsung statement said it might prepare alternatives devices for phones presently sold after discovering problems with the battery cell used.
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iOS 10 beta 3 has not fixed battery problem

After the previous release of the other iOS 10 beta, the third installment of iOS 10 beta just iOS 10 beta 3 has not fixed battery problemreleased. The newest edition is intended to provide with many improvements and this one was no different. Even so, there are some obvious speed changes and increased 3D Touch actions; it might seem that iOS 10 public beta 3 has not resolved battery problems for some.

Some review said that its fine, their battery life only lost a 2 percent during the night, however many users never believe this, because some of them discover the battery drain to be just as bad with iOS 10 public beta 3 and expect that beta 4 will be able to fix the battery life issue with the iOS 10.
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Qualcomm files complaints against Meizu

Qualcomm files complaints against MeizuNot one, not two but 17 infringement complaints filed against Chinese device producer Meizu, getting already filed a week ago, after failing to discuss a patent licensing deal without court involvement.

The complaints were submitted in the intellectual courts in Beijing and Shanghai against Meizu for infringing Qualcomm’s patents addressing a broad range of features and tech used in smartphones, such as those relevant to 3G and 4G LTE wireless communication standard, Qualcomm statement.

The company repeated what it had said when they filed the first complaint: that it has for more than a year to discussed “in good faith” with Meizu to sign a patent license contract consistent with terms accepted by China’s National Development and Reform Commission in 2015. Continue reading