It appears that you're running an Ad-Blocker. This site is monetized by Advertising and by ">User Donations; we ask that if you find this site helpful that you whitelist us in your Ad-Blocker, or make a ">Donation to help aid in operating costs.
Rate This Thread
#46687 - 09/20/0801:24 PM[Reuters] Apple to exchange faulty iPhone power adapters
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Apple Inc said some power adapters for the latest iPhone can break and lead to the risk of electric shock and urged users to exchange them, although no injuries have been reported.