Apple calls for some of the energy that was sold with its organs in 13 years adapters

Jan

29

2016

Apple said Thursday it had summoned voluntarily AC power adapters that were sold with products from computers Mac, and smartphones iPhone, and computers iPad tablet PCs, and devices iPod since 2003, and that after the confirmation of the existence of a problem lead to electric shock if she touched.

US company explained that he had been selling the affected transformers between 2003 and 2015, and is using a dual-prong plug in the power socket, then it is used across Europe, Argentina, Brazil, New Zealand, and South Korea.

It also includes the affected Transformers “Universal Travel Adaptor” World Travel Adapter Babylon own group, which was sold in the United States and the United Kingdom.
Apple calls for some of the energy that was sold with its organs in 13 years adapters

Apple said in a statement, “Transformers wall socket dual-prong own Babylon may separate and create a risk of electric shock when touched. Because customer safety is the first priority of the company, Apple asks customers to stop using the affected transformers. ”

The company said that the problem does not affect other energy converters that are used in all of Canada, China, Hong Kong, Japan, the United Kingdom and the United States. The power from the USB adapters with built-in type plugs are not affected as well.

Apple confirmed that it had learned about the occurrence of 12 cases because of this defect in hers transducers.

Users can distinguish defective transducers by looking under the part that is inserted into the power socket, and who owns four or five characters or without any printed characters within it.

Apple is working on support to direct users to identify the damaged transformers and returned to switch the site.

It is noteworthy that Apple hers transducers call comes about a week after a Stdaa similar done by Microsoft Corp. for a number of power cords that were shipped with older versions of the tablet Hasabha “Surf Pro” Surface Pro after fears of a rise in temperature.

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