iPhone 4/4S ‘self combusts’ in airliner inferno

On an airline that’s actually serving the great country of Australia these days, an iPhone 4 decided enough was enough. Shortly after Regional Express flight ZL319 landed in Sydney from Lismore, “a passenger’s mobile phone started emitting a significant amount of dense smoke, accompanied by a red glow.” What happened next is a bit of an Aussie mystery, but it seems at some point that the glow was “extinguished successfully.” No one onboard was harmed, and the handset in question has been handed over to the Australian Transport Safety Bureau for “analysis.” It suffered only mild reception issues prior to its final collapse, and if faced with a similar situation, Siri reportedly stated that it would consult a therapist before discharging hot fury.

For details, please visit http://www.theregister.co.uk/2011/11/28/iphone_glows_emits_smoke_australian_airplane/

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