Photo: The two phones moments before catching on fire, and lighting the wicker table they were brilliantly set on, then setting the whole apartment alight
WASHINGTON, DC- The lawsuit from Apple Inc suing Samsung Electronics for stealing some of the iPhone’s design features was made even more complex after a batch of iPhone 7s started igniting. Samsung sued Apple for violating their patent on the Galaxy Note 7. They claimed to have patented certain features of the Note 7. The list of features includes claiming to be waterproof, and their habit of catching on fire in their owners pockets. The iPhone 7 was sued for copying the Note 7 when the first report of an iPhone catching fire was sent to Apple Headquarters in Cupertino, California. Below are the two phones in their prime.