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Apple Warns Against Customers Sleeping In Bed With Charging Phones



Apple Warns Sleeping In Bed With Charging Phones Could Potentially Cause Fire

Apple Warns Sleeping In Bed With Charging Phones Could Potentially Cause Fire

Apple has issued a warning about sleeping next to your phone while it charges as it could possibly start fires!

According to Techlusive, Apple has recently sent out a warning, via their online user guide, to their iPhone customers that they should charge their phones while on a table instead of in their beds or under their pillows due to the phones being known to overheat or burn and could potentially cause fires to start.

They have asked their customers to “use common sense” to avoid direct contact with their phones and to charged their phones in well-ventilated areas.

Additionally, they added that customers should avoid using third-party chargers that don’t have the same voltage as their products do in order to charge the phones.

The first-generation iPhone was announced by then-Apple CEO Steve Jobs on January 9, 2007. Since then, Apple has annually released new iPhone models and iOS updates. As of November 1, 2018, more than 2.2 billion iPhones had been sold. As of 2022, the iPhone accounts for 15.6% of global smartphone market share.

The iPhone is one of the two largest smartphone platforms in the world alongside Android, and is a large part of the luxury market. The iPhone has generated large profits for Apple, making it one of the world’s most valuable publicly traded companies. The first-generation iPhone was described as a “revolution” for the mobile phone industry and subsequent models have also garnered praise.

The iPhone has been credited with popularizing the smartphone and slate form factor, and with creating a large market for smartphone apps, or “app economy”. As of January 2017, Apple’s App Store contained more than 2.2 million applications for the iPhone.

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