After the fiasco of the Galaxy Note 7 exploding , each smartphone that catches fire immediately attracts attention thinking that a problem similar to Note 7 will happen again. image credit: Twitter And this is the case of a new viral video that is going around the web and shows an iPhone 7 Plus burning slowly, according to the owner, Apple would have recovered the device to determine the cause of this combustion. There's not such thing as zero risk, and it is normal that on tens, hundreds of millions of iPhones to be isolated cases with various problems that can be sometimes related to abusing the iPhone. According to Brianna Olivas, the owner of the iPhone 7 Plus, one morning when waking up, did not turn on, so she took it to an Apple Store, where after several tests she has been told that there was no problem with the device. After a night of charging, the next morning, her partner saw the iPhone 7 Plus emit smoke and a strident sound to finally catch fire. Apple would have retrieved the device to determine the cause of this, saying they would know more in a week, and especially to make sure that this is an isolated problem.