The customer, who entered a store in China, wanted to test the iPhone X he was considering. The first aim was to bite him to see if the device was original. Of course, bite a phone may not always give the expected results.
The iPhone X, which Apple has dedicated to the market for the 10th year, was introduced along with the iPhone 8 and was released to the market a few weeks later. As the iPhone 8 started to swell out of the box from different corners of the world, Apple began to send packages that were no problem in device distribution.
Afterwards, the iPhone X was shipped to the market and the iPhone 8 was largely forgotten. Nowadays most people do not even know that these two devices are introduced on the same day. That’s why when they want to buy an iPhone X that looks more like a newer iPhone (rather better), they are turning to technology stores.
In China, a customer who entered a technology store with this idea was bitten to realize that an iPhone X, which he anticipated, would be real if he had the opposite idea. Perhaps these Chinese are also afraid of encountering their own stolen phones. A phone bite is a matter of controlling his reality in this way.
Of course, after that strange robustness testing attempt, the expected and undesired explosion took place:
The smartphones we use are not developed as resistant to bites, whether they are real or fake. When such a thing is done, the phone may be subjected to a pressure sensitive zone compared to other zones and the batteries may explode. Unfortunately, this friend of ours in China is also coming to the point of death.
If Apple is going to make a statement on this issue, it will probably be interesting. Because phone bites, most people do not mind. In addition, the iPhone X is a device that has a glass surface on both sides that is difficult, but fragile. You have to push hard before you blow up your battery with a bite. Our Chinese friend is very hard to understand how he did it.