White iPhone 3G S reported Overheat

White iPhone 3G S reported Overheat

Just not long after the launch, there’s a iPhone 3G S owner got a brownish / pinkish discoloration on the back of his iPhone 3G S. It is still unclear what exactlty cause this. But according to the user, it was caused by an overheating during a period of using the GPS and 3G of the phone. It’s better to get a black one.


iPhone 3G S reported Overheat and Causes Brownish Back


[via Engadget]

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