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iPhone explodes and catches fire in a student’s back pocket

Batteries are the most dangerous component in a smartphone, and we were all reminded of that when Samsung had to issue an unprecedented global recall for its new Galaxy Note 7 flagship phablet. But while the Note 7 had a defect that made explosions far more common than they typically are in phones, this is an issue that has always affected mobile devices. And no phone is safe.
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