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Apple exchanges 'overheating' European USB power adapters from Julia's blog




A European USB iPhone charger sold  between October 2009 and Sept 2012 "may overheat and cause a security risk", says manufacturer, Apple.

The United States firm is providing to exchange the defective things freed from charge.

In AN recommendation note, the corporate urges those that own the adapter to prevent victimization it, though it says the malfunction solely happens in "rare cases".

The model was sold  in thirty seven countries, together with some countries in continent and Asia, however not within the kingdom.



The item was shipped with iPhone 3GS, four and 4S models, and was conjointly sold  as a separate accent.

Its model variety is A1300 and it options the letters "CE" in solid gray.

It was sold  within the following countries:

- Albania, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, European country, Denmark, Egypt, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Israel, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, The Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Slovenia, African nation, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Vietnam

This is not the primary time Apple has changed USB adapters. In 2008, the corporate offered to exchange defective iPhone 3G chargers within the United States, Japan, North American country and several other Spanish American countries.

Apple has conjointly offered to interchange counterfeit or third-party iPhone chargers sold  to customers in China, amid issues over safety.


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By Julia
Added Jun 14 '14

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