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hentaiboy said:andrewj5790 said:Highly likely they were using third party cheapo chargers. They're usually the culprit. They fry the charging port all the time, and harm batteries all the time. I know because I repair iPhones. Given that the iPhone 6 is two years old, there's really a million things that could have happened. If it ends up being a manufaturing defect, I'd expect Apple to handle the problem much more quickly and professionally than Samsung. If they don't they deserve whatever retribution they get.
Except this was a brand new 7 Plus being shipped to buyer:
Shit like this can happen to ALL vendors.