When you put your iPhone in the oven, the world burns

Apple’s latest iPhone is one of the most popular products in the world, and a product that many have become addicted to.

As the company’s chief executive Tim Cook says, it is “the most successful product in the history of humanity”.

But what happens when you put it in the microwave?

In fact, it can burn.

And the company says it has a solution to the problem.

In a blog post, Cook said that his iPhone 6s and iPhone 6 Plus, which will arrive in the UK on May 26, would “burn” if left in the refrigerator overnight.

Cook explained that it would not damage your iPhone and that it could burn as long as it remained in a microwave for at least a couple of minutes, though the device could also be damaged if left for more than a few hours.

Cook said the problem was caused by “a high-temperature electrical circuit”.

“The high-frequency conductive material in our circuit is called a conductive diode.

It’s the conductor that conducts electricity through a circuit, and when it’s hot, it conducts electricity faster,” he wrote.”

When it’s cold, it doesn’t conduct electricity at the same speed, so when the circuit is cool, it’s not conducting at the speed it needs to conduct electricity.”

Cook said that he and Apple engineers had designed the iPhone to be “extremely resilient” and that the iPhone 6 and iPhone 5c were also designed to withstand microwave damage.

“The next generation of iPhones will be designed to be incredibly resilient to this kind of extreme microwave damage,” Cook wrote.

The iPhone 6S, which was announced at Apple’s annual developers conference last month, will feature a new battery that Cook said could last for four to five days on a single charge.

The company also announced that it had released its own iOS 10 update, which includes several new security features, including an iPhone-specific code that allows a device to unlock itself when a person enters their password.

The announcement comes just a week after Apple said it had blocked access to the website Apple.com after reports of a malware attack on the site.

In addition, Apple has also been hit with a series of privacy lawsuits from the US government, with the case involving the iPhone X going to trial in the US.