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Apple recalls defective Iphone power adapters

Discussão em 'Dispositivos iOS, watchOS e tvOS' iniciada por Sarumann, 21 de Setembro de 2008. (Respostas: 1; Visualizações: 806)

  1. Sarumann

    Sarumann Power Member

    APPLE has ordered a recall of its ultracompact USB power adapters.

    The adapters, originally packaged with the Iphone 3G, apparently contain flimsy metal prongs that are susceptible to snapping.

    According to Apple, the broken prongs could "remain in a power outlet, creating a risk of electric shock".

    The flawed adapters were reportedly sold in the U.S., Japan, Canada, Mexico and South America. Club Cupertino recommended that customers in the affected countries stop using their adapters "immediately" and exchange them for new ones. The company also confirmed reports of "detached" prongs but emphasised that they had caused no known injuries.

    The once-shiny fruit has been seriously tarnished by serious 3G network woes and critical OS X security vulnerabilities.

    As the Inquirer previously reported, a San Diego man has sued Apple and US wireless partner AT&T over their failure to deliver promised network performance for the Iphone 3G.

    In addition, Le Pomme was recently forced to fix a shocking total of 33 bugs, 9 of which enabled remote code execution in OS X (Leopard). µ

  2. asturmas

    asturmas Power Member

    Essa situação não nos afecta..

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