It's good that most people actually have a cell phone, but the bad thing is that many people are now using fake or uncertified chargers.
This phone charger opens a threat to us. You may have heard of the phone exploding or battery overheating, in some cases being activated by a fake charger.
You may be interested in asking what a fake charger is. Charge your phone until sunrise, while not all charges are still, now and again on counterfeit chargers
How to identify a legitimate cell phone charger these days:
• Fake chargers and connections are consistently lighter than the first ones due to the helpless segments used to make them. The first charger weighs 40 grams at any speed.
Check the safety marks and a serial number of the charger, you may find that the number or text of the connection and the charger are not the same. The CE text will appear wonky once in a while. You will see that the iPhone logo is darker than the original.
• Check the USB charger storage and connector, the first one is usually accompanied by a gold shading while the actual color is or sometimes silver.
• Meanwhile, check if the configuration is fake. Special chargers are often written sideways or on top.
•Also look for your USB ears, the fake ones are longer than the first ones anyway.
• Original chargers are expensive in some way, but you'll need the first one to get out of the danger or ruin your phone with a counterfeit charger. Counterfeit charger weakens the battery.
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