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Why I don't buy a newly launched device. Better wait for a year till these issues get noticed.

1. Issue with iPhone6

iPhone 6s users report 'too hot to touch' Home Button

Freelance designer Jonnie Hallman took to Twitter on Monday (5 October) to report that his iPhone 6s had shut off with 50% battery still remaining, claiming that the Home Button became so hot that he couldn't touch it. When asked by another Twitter user whether the smartphone had been exposed to hot weather or sunlight, Hallman replied that the device had been in his pocket all day.

Ref:
http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/iphone-6s-users-report-too-hot-touch-home-button-1522629

2. Issue wiith Surface Book

PCWorld: New Surface Book owners complain of unexpected freezes, other bugs.

Although Microsoft's Surface Book is officially just a few days old, the "ultimate laptop" is being hit by a wave of unexpected lockup problems that has concerned new users.

A thread on Microsoft's support forums has begun to gain steam, with users reporting similar symptoms: The notebook just suddenly stops working, and nothing short of power cycling the Book via the power button seems to work.


Ref:

http://www.pcworld.com/article/2998893/tablet-pc/new-surface-book-owners-complain-of-unexpected-freezes-other-bugs.html#tk.rss_all

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