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iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus going to be banned from Commercial Flights?

iPhone 7 Plus
iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus going to be banned from Commercial Flights?

A couple of days ago, the video of the rose gold iPhone 7 Plus, owned by Brianna Olivas, 18, from Tuscon, Arizona, shows the phone’s back deformed by a swollen battery and smoke flowing out of a crack in the side where the screen has come away from the casing.

This Strange footage of an exploding iPhone 7 Plus may be generating interest among commercial airlines.  Isolated reports of explosions and overheating involving iPhone 7s and 6s have been floating around for months.  But so far, there hasn’t been documented footage.

The 21-second video shot by Olivas’s boyfriend has been retweeted over 23,000 times, liked over 24,000 times and reportedly watched over 1.2m times.

Will iPhone 7 will face what Samsung Note 7 Faced, Banned?

We all are aware of the incident happened with Note 7 last year, costing Samsung a huge price and untimely company got pushed back to recall the device. When iPhone is also catching fire (considering the footage as real), will Airline authority will take action against iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus as well. As of now, we cannot say anything, nut you never know.

Until now, footage of a melting iPhone 7 Plus is now going viral on social media websites and, pushing the prospected iPhone 7 Plus buyers to reconsider their purchases.

Burnt iPhone 7 Plus
Apple response on Burning iPhone 7 Plus

Apple Support quickly responded in the Twitter responses, asking for a DM from the user.  Apple is investigating the matter but has remained tight-lipped.

Now, the question is whether this constitutes a one-off case or a broader issue. We also don’t have any idea about the situation and will update our readers on the issue.

Will Aviation team will impose ban on iPhone 7

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) typically offers guidance on banned devices and baggage, though Southwest was quick to take action on the Samsung situation.

So, what you people think about the situation, will this issue create a huge mess for Apple and iPhone 7 users or this is just a hoax, do let us know in the comment section below.

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