maybe you didnt cook it long enough, im going to try 350* for 20 min.DO NOT... repeat... DO NOT eat your iPhone!!!
If you attempt to eat your iPhone you could chip or breath teeth... but in my case I was successful and had shards of sharp glass throughout my mouth and lips.
So... even though it would appear to be tasty... please... please... DO NOT attempt to eat your iPhone.
I'm posting this in hopes of keeping as many people as possible safe...
everybody just wants their 15 min of fame......and a settlement.It's sad just how little the general public knows about electronics. She tries to place the blame on Apple: "...I've been an iPhone user since the beginning..." yet she doesn't realize the simple matter of the fact is that she sandwiched a charging, hot, device between her arm and whatever else while she slept....so it was basically a slow steady burn. Her hash tags are a poor attempt for her 'awareness' to go viral as well.
Looking at the photos was kind of thinking the same, the lower part looks like the outline of the phone, and the cable was bunched up behind the phone, and then excess cord from around and going up the arm, it really looks like the phone didn't over heat at all and actually shielded part of her arm from more burns from the cable....The burn was caused by a cable, or something with ball tip the radius of a cord.
I'm guessing the cable she had burned her (prob some shitty cheap thing) or she made up the story.
technically, when the temperature is too cold, the phone stops working. When the phone is too Hot, I would assume the screen turns off by itself until it cools off, but in her case, the phone was charging while all of her body heat was lying on it, not cool.