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How do you get electrocuted with an Iphone? Its DC power, now the adapter I guess could some how do it since its supposed to convert AC into DC
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    How do you get electrocuted with an Iphone? Its DC power, now the adapter I guess could some how do it since its supposed to convert AC into DC

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    It's odd that all of these have happened in Asia. I wonder if these are cheap iPhone copies or maybe rejects from the plant? Something is up with it..

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    It's odd that all of these have happened in Asia. I wonder if these are cheap iPhone copies or maybe rejects from the plant? Something is up with it..
    Doesn't help that wall socket supplied electricity is 220 volts AC in Thailand and China. That's twice the level (110VAC) than is typical in North America and has much more potential to be lethal.

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    That is just not justified..it should stop happening.
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