COMMENT With a fair amount of media coverage in recent times focusing on the future use — or non-use — of electric vehicles in Australia, I thought it might be a good idea to provide a perspective from an actual user.
The Australian firm Azimuth Security was responsible for hiring a researcher who succeeded in gaining access to an iPhone 5C used by a terrorist in the US in 2015. The incident led to a well-documented stoush between Apple and the FBI in 2016.
Although there's about six months to go before the iPhone 13 range arrives, plenty of people are still buying existing iPhone models, with Telstra's flash sale delivering discounts of up to $150.
So the battery is not part of the phone?
The iPhone didn’t “catch” fire. It was accidentally snapped in two and the lithium battery contents mixed and caught fire.
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Sock it to 'em, Sam!
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