Apple has been sued for causing an airliner to crash with a flaming iPhone or iPad

Apple has been sued for causing an airliner to crash with a flaming iPhone or iPad
Apple and EgyptAir have yet to comment on the allegations. On May 19, 2016, EgyptAir flight 804 was over the Mediterranean ready for decent on its flight from Paris to Cairo when something went very wrong. Aviation experts aren’t keen on the idea. But a new lawsuit alleges it was an iPhone 6s or iPad in the cockpit that overheated and caught fire, quickly incapacitating the crew. TMZ reports that the litigants believe the small device fire caused a much bigger blaze, which they say explains the indications of smoke in the cockpit. Was it a bomb? Investigators couldn’t figure it out. There’s some evidence that the jet may have broken up in mid-air. The crash happened without a mayday or any other warning. The cause of the fire is still a mystery. After an extensive investigation, no traces of explosives were reported. Sudden structural failure? Sixty-six people died when the Airbus 320 hit the water 180 miles north of Alexandria. They maintain that although there was a fire in the cockpit, it probably began below the floor in the avionics bay. The wreckage wasn’t located for four weeks. None of the above has been proven. An electrical or hydraulic issue?