Study finds 49 out of 50 fake iPhone chargers present risk of electrocution or house fire

The dangers of using fake and unofficial Apple power adaptors are well documented. Following last year’s investigation by a UK standards body that found 99 percent of these products were unsafe, a new report by the country’s Electrical Safety First campaign group shows little has changed.

Study finds 49 out of 50 fake iPhone chargers present risk of electrocution or house fire

The dangers of using fake and unofficial Apple power adaptors are well documented. Following last year’s investigation by a UK standards body that found 99 percent of these products were ...

Thu 7 Dec 17 from Techspot

98% of fake iPhone chargers put users at risk of death

The findings, published in a report by London-based Electrical Safety First, reveal that almost all (98 per cent) of these chargers had the potential to deliver lethal electric shock and cause ...

Thu 7 Dec 17 from Daily Mail

Fake iPhone chargers 'risk fire and lethal electric shocks' 

Wed 6 Dec 17 from Telegraph.co.uk Tech

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