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Overheating is cited as the most common problem faced by iPhone users
One customer 's jaw was reportedly broken after their machine ‘vibrated excessively’
Profits all but wiped out after debacle but damage to electronics giant's brand still being calculated, with Samsung predicting a further $3bn-plus hit
The phones have now been banned across Europe, the US and Asia – with some airlines threatening fines for those that still bring them on
Reports of the device catching fire have led US authorities to take action
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The company is paying out to people to try and stem the damage from its exploding phones
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The kinds of batteries used in almost every mobile phone have already been banned from planes, and are given to blowing up too
That was before it announced it would end production for good - analysts warn worse to come as long-term damage to Samsung's brand remains unknown
The company had looked to calm the scandal by offering replacements – but those replacements also kept blowing up
Even new safe versions have reportedly caught fire, forcing Samsung to suspend production according South Korean reports
The company had hoped to put an end to its problems by instituting a huge recall programme – but now new phones are starting to blow up
The company says it is 'investigating the matter'
The news is doubly bad for Samsung, which had hoped to stem the fears about its exploding phones by launching a global recall