One of the users of the Apple Watch Series 7 has experienced an explosion some time ago after the device overheated. this flow was then brought to Apple's attention and he was promised that this issue would be investigated. However, on the other hand, Apple asked this user to keep quiet about this issue and not share the story.

This user, in a conversation with the famous site 9To5Mac, said that one day he realized that the Apple Watch It is overheated on his wrist. He then saw that the back of the Apple Watch was cracked and the device displayed a message saying it needed to shut down due to overheating. this is while this user was in his home and the ambient temperature was about 21 degrees. After this incident, this user called Apple support to explain this process. After explaining to different people, finally one of the managers announced that he will file a case for this incident. During these calls, no specific solution was offered to him and he was only told not to touch the Watch until he received an answer from Apple.

The next morning the situation worsened and this user noticed that the Apple Watch was much hotter than before and because of this high heat, The screen is also broken. When he wanted to take a picture of the Apple Watch to send to Apple's support department, in the meantime, sounds were heard from this Watch and finally it exploded. Also, he went to the emergency room due to concerns about lead poisoning, but the lead used in the Apple Watch is very little and does not cause any problems.

Finally, after a few days of waiting, Someone from Apple came to his house and this user was asked to sign a document stating to remain silent about this issue along with handing over the watch, but he did not accept this and now he has made it public.

Apple has not yet provided an explanation on this matter, and due to the media coverage of this matter, we have to see whether the Apple spokesman reacts in this regard or not.

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Source: 9To5Mac< /p>



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