An iPhone 6 Almost Burned Down A Plane

An iPhone 6 almost burned down a plane on its way to Hawaii last Thursday. The owner, Anna Crail, was watching an in-flight movie when she realizes that her iPhone 6 was burning.

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When she realized that the iPhone had caught fire, she dropped it on the floor and the iPhone slid to other seats, causing the fire to spread. Thankfully, the crew at Alaska Air was able to control the situation and extinguished the fire immediately.

It’s because of accidents such as this that airplanes tend to remind passengers to either turn off their smartphones or change it to airplane mode as to avoid having the device malfunctioning and catching fire.

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We advise everyone to be extra careful with handheld devices when boarding a plane and to always follow the safety regulations.

Source: Siakapkeli.my

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