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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boldingd
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2009-02-19

That's not necessarily unreasonable. His point is that other devices may not be putting as much load on those batteries, or may have a better thermal environment. If a different phone uses the same battery, but has better thermal dissipation and draws half the power, then those batteries may still be fine in those phones. Or, to use your example, if a given tire doesn't hold up under the weight of a hummer, that doesn't mean that it wouldn't work well on a mini-compact.

Although I'd probably want new tires anyway.

Edited 2009-09-29 23:17 UTC

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