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  Here's how to avoid fake Apple products
 
  Counterfeit Apple power adapters and charging cables may look like the real thing, but they have differences that can cause injuries to you or damage your device. Here is a sample:

ColorApple's genuine iPhone power adapters are white in color, and they are certified with letters in the name of UL, the global safety and certification company based in Northbrook, Illinois.

Some fakes go so far as to spoof Apple's logo and those of the regulatory agencies, even on products with four-star reviews on Amazon. One way to make sure what you're buying is legitimate is to check and make sure the spelling of words such as "California" is correct.

For more, check out this USA Today story.

 
      Posted by: Agitator!!, September 20, 2018, 12:15 pm  

 
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