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____/ JeffM on Wednesday 30 Nov 2011 02:15 : \____
> RonB wrote:
>>Apparently ashamed of itself upon realizing it wasn't an Android,
>>it spontaneously began glowing red, went molten,
>>emitted billows of black smoke and melted down
> Ah, the distinct *advantages* of
> a battery which is capable of delivering beaucoup current
> and having that **sealed inside** your gizmo.
> ...though it could have been worse:
> He could have been asleep with his iThingie in his pocket.
> Another obvious *advantage* of a sealed-in battery
> is paying over $100 to have a factory guy open the unit
> and solder in a replacement battery.
How come this hardly ever happens (or gets reported) to phones
without the "Apple" logo?
~~ Best of wishes
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