“The crash of EgyptAir flight 804 into the Mediterranean Sea that killed 66 people was caused by a hot Apple product … according to a new suit,” TMZ reports.
“The families of several of the victims of the May 19, 2016 crash claim the tragedy was due to the co-pilot’s iPhone 6S or iPad mini overheating in the cockpit and catching fire,” TMZ reports. “According to the docs … an investigation revealed the device ignited and led to a bigger fire in the cockpit, which ultimately took the plane down.”
TMZ reports, “It should be noted, however — some industry experts have questioned this phone theory … and believe the fire on the plane started beneath the cockpit in the avionics bay due to a short circuit or some kind of explosion.”
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