He wisely chose to remove both the buds and place them on some gym equipment before finding some help. When he returned, he noticed the right AirPod "blew up", with some pieces left on the floor.
Jason Colon from Tampa, Florida, said he was listening to music while he was at the gym when he saw white smoke coming out of the earphones. Apple's iPhones have been in the news for exploding every now and then around the world - a lot of them have faulty batteries.
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Luckily, the owner sensed the smoked and removed the AirPods in time. "But I'm sure that since it hangs down, it could've been ear lobe, my ear lobe could've been burnt". So let's dive in to see some more details on the scenario and what does Apple have to say on the issue.
"It was already popped", he said. "I don't know what would've happened to my ear, you know?" "You can see where it looks like there's flame damage".
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Speaking to local news station News Channel Eight, he added: 'It's the craziest thing I ever went through. He warns other users to be careful while using AirPods. Such as the Beats headphones that exploded in flight burning a woman's ears, or the ubiquitous Samsung Galaxy Note 7 that was prone to enough fiery incidents that it caused a series of nightmares for the company.
An Apple spokesperson told the television station it takes the claim seriously and will investigate. It's a very good revolutionary product which has set new benchmarks in the industry with its first version. When he got back, he found that the right AirPod was wrecked.
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