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Old 16th November 2016, 10:35   #1
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Default Chinese investigate iPhone fails

They just turn themselves off

A consumer body has asked Apple to clarify why a large number of uPhone6 and iPhone 6s phones switch themselves off and can’t be switched on again.

According to Reuters, the China Consumers Asscation (CCA) wants Apple to investigate why the iPhones shut down even if there’s considerable battery charge.

The CCA said that many people have already experienced the problem in China, which is why it has asked Apple to look into the matter.
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