iPhone 15 was vulnerable to poor USB-C charging

Jones said that such charges will not protectiPhones from power surges - they do not have Apple certified technologies. According to her, the official Apple Lightning cable is equipped with two chips: one is necessary to confirm the authenticity of the accessory, the other serves as a fuse. And if there is a power surge, only the charger will break, but the phone will remain intact.

Jones also advised usersFake iPhone chargers with USB-C do not connect to sockets in hotels, sockets in airplane seats, car consoles, etc. If there is a power surge, it will no longer be possible to restore a broken iPhone 15.