Why are iPhone users in China being shocked?
bralphye 20 weeks ago
I heard about someone being shocked by an iPhone in China for the second time this week. And no, I do not mean that they were pleasantly surprised by some rad feature on the device, I mean “ZAP!” electric shock. What could be causing it to happen? There are millions upon millions of iPhones in consumer hands, so the odds are probably higher that one would get struck by lightning, but still. Is it anything to be concerned about?
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