Is the new iPhone 8 having a battery problem to burst open?

Apple releases a new iPhone every September and it’s given that it will be the best iPhone ever. But what do you do when the company announces not one, not two, but three new iPhones? How do you rank them and decide which one is the best iPhone, especially when they don’t sell all at the same time?

Yes, your right, we are talking about the latest iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X. But, from few days we are getting complains from the users about the battery open bursting for iPhone 8.

Some iPhone 8 models are bursting open while they are being charged. Battery inflation causes the screen to explode, which increases the number of iPhone 8 devices to crash.

Not too close to being a very common issue, but few of the owners of the iPhone 8 have seen the battery in their devices reach the point where the display panel is completely separated from the rest of the device. Reports of the problem initially appeared last week and led to Apple acknowledging the problem and confirming that an investigation is ongoing.

The swelling is likely to have occurred due to gases inside. These incidents are just down to faulty batteries and should be fairly isolated. Apple says, they are aware of a couple of iPhone 8 battery cases and are looking into the matter.

Apple fans, worried about the over-priced new iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus models, the device was only out of the packaging and the complaints are already in hot. Customers say that a strange cracking sound bothered the earpiece speaker during phone calls.

You want to be taking extra special care of your iPhone 8 battery replacement, it costs a bomb to have it fixed. For more information on iPhone 8 battery problems or other related issues, please visit our website at http://www.iphonerepairing.co.uk.

iPhone screen repair prices are rising up

Did you break your iPhone screen? The bad news: it just became more expensive to repair on some iPhone models. Many of the users discovered the change this weekend, noticing iPhone screen repair prices have gone up $20 for the iPhone 6S, iPhone 6S Plus, iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. Screen repair prices for the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus will match the other iPhone device, respectively.

Apple iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus will go on sale from September 22. The price increases appear to be in effect across regions. Of course, $20 may not seem like enough of a jump to induce outrage, but nearly anyone who has ever owned an iPhone knows just how delicate the screen is, despite how “tough” Apple claims to be making them now.

It’s also very tough to convince them to replace yours for free. And with the Apple iPhone 8 and 8 Plus sporting glass on both the front and back, it’s easy to see how an unlucky drop could still produce that signature of a spider web on the display.

Some of the users reported that Apple has increased its screen repair prices for certain iPhone models. Fixing a broken screen is depending upon the model of iPhone which is having a different price list for the same issues.

Those prices are for phones not covered under warranty. iPhone screen repair on phones that are covered under the extended warranty will still cost $29. But AppleCare+ has gone up as well, with larger phones like plus models costing $149 and the new iPhone X warranty priced at $199.

The new Apple iPhone 8 models are priced under the new screen repair plan. The iPhone 8 will cost you $149 and the iPhone 8 Plus, $169 for a new screen. There’s no price on Apple’s site for an X screen repair, but we can probably expect it to be even higher.

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Apple iPhone 8 & iPhone 8 Plus launch Today

Apple’s iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus are coming and this time it will be special. Every year, tons of sarcasm claims to resemble the superficial and final version, but Apple has surprised us with its ultimate reveal.

However, all these regiments will continue to rest within a few days. Apple will launch the next-generations iPhone today. The event will take place at the Steve Jobs theatre at Apple’s Park, which is in the process.

The biggest and almost certain announcement will be a new Apple iPhone 8. Since iPhone 6, Apple updates are more evolutionary than the revolutionary ones and this year all eyes will be on Tim Cook’s radical display.

Apple is expected to launch two softer updates for this year’s iPhone 7 Plus and iPhone 7. It is believed that iPhone 8 has rumors about exorbitant prices and many Apple fans may not stop buying these devices. Unlike the OLED panels on iPhone 8, these devices will have LCD screen panels.

Apple will also launch an Apple Watch during the event. The Apple Watch update has been delayed since last year. We saw an incremental update for its first generation device. The new edition of Apple Watch is expected to work independently since it can carry a SIM card. This stand-alone product can provide an advantage in the wearable segment.

The bigger change will be seen on iPhone 8. The screen is expected to go to the top with the highest screen rate available from a smartphone. The iPhone 8 will have OLED screens and these OLED screens will cost Apple twice as much as what they use on the Apple 7 Plus LCD panel.

Apple may place the fingerprint sensor under the display or in the back panel. There are a few reports that show that Apple can dispose of the fingerprint sensor for alternative face recognition. Analysts suggest that Apple could use a 3D face detection system instead.

The camera is expected to use double lenses and accommodate larger sensors. This will help the iPhone 8 compete against existing flagships in the low-light segment. Front-facing snapper can be placed on the small opening above the OLED screen.

The iPhone 8 is expected to have a larger 5.8-inch screen. However, the overall footprint should be reduced when the frameless display is considered.

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