It’s reported that an iPhone X “exploded” as a user, Rahel Mohamad who lives in Washington, was in the process of installing a software update. The news spread quickly after Mohamad contacted Apple Support via Twitter.
Rahel Mohamad told Gadgets360, “Dark gray smoke started coming from the phone. The update was completed and as soon as the phone turned on it started to smoke and caught fire.”
No matter how did Apple reply and react officially, phone overheating is an objective phenomenon. It’s normal for phones to get warm when you playing games, downloading or charging. And some times it just gets too hot to handle, heats up for no obvious reason, then you will be prompted with this warning shown in the image above.
How to Prevent Phone Overheating
Your phone is one of the most important things you own. As such, you’ll want to take care of it as well as possible. To do this, you’ll want to avoid phone overheating.
Then how to avoid phone overheating phenomenon or how to prevent injuries from phone overheating. Here are some tips below.
1.Don’t stay out in the sun too long at the beach with your phone in hot weather;
2.Don’t leave your phone in a hot car;
3.Put your phone on Lamicall Stand while charging;
(the aluminum alloy we use for Lamicall Stand could help to cool down your device.)
4.Don’t play with your phone while charging.
How to Cool Down Your Overheated Phone
Just kidding!!! Put your overheated phone in a refrigerator is never an option, unless you want to get a new phone. But you could try this: Put the phone on Lamicall stand and fan your phone, or blow on it. You might feel silly fanning your phone, but just as fanning keeps a body cool, a breeze can help cool off your phone when it’s getting too toasty.