Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 29th Sep 2009 08:50 UTC
Apple The European Union has stated today that it is taking the "exploding" iPhone issues very, very seriously. EU consumer watchdog Meglena Kuneva has explained that if national authorities find out that manufacturing faults are the cause of the issue, the iPhone will face an EU-wide recall.
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Didn't Apple already answer this?
by sigzero on Tue 29th Sep 2009 10:04 UTC
sigzero
Member since:
2006-01-03

The iPhones in question didn't "explode" and it was "outside" forces that cracked the screens.

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2005-07-06

The iPhones in question didn't "explode" and it was "outside" forces that cracked the screens.

What I would say to someone who thought that:

You’re content with listening to a company PRs response?
What if there have been more accidents with iPhones and iPods and that NDA that has been disclosed has been signed by quite a few people?
How is allowing a company to ignore safety good for us, the people.

They will test them independently, and if they find them to be a risk, they will be recalled. It’s for our benefit.

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