360° Coverage : iPad Air Didn’t Explode in Vodafone Australia Store

iPad Air Didn’t Explode in Vodafone Australia Store

An anonymous Vodafone Australia spokesperson says that an old version of iPad is responsible for the blaze in their store, not the latest iPad Air

Nov 11 2013, 5:15am CST | by

iPad Air Didn’t Explode in Vodafone Australia Store
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Mashable reports that the allegation of iPad Air involved in the explosion of Vodafone store, located in Australia, is not true. Rather an older model has been claimed being involved in the incident.

A spokesperson from Vodafone Australia says, “It was an earlier generation iPad-not one of the more recently launched devices. Apple is investigating the cause.”

Earlier, it was reported that an explosion caused by the new iPad Air damaged a Vodafone store in Australia. The fire brigades rushed to the spot and they were able to put out the fire very quickly.

Nonetheless, the customers shouldn’t be afraid of buying the new iPad Air as it was not responsible for the blaze. No people were either died neither injured in the incident.

However, Apple refuses to make any comment on the incident.

 

 
 
 


Ehsanul Haque Kanan is covering consumer electronics with passion. He is especially an avid follower of all things Apple.

 

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