Change of power supply, Apple warns via SMS
Sms messages to warn customers of the need to change the iPhone power supply. Apple sent them, during the process that started at the end of last week and aims to replace this accessory in some countries, including the United States, Canada, Japan and some South American nations.
The text message for now is received by American customers and passes through the At & T infrastructure. The particularly effective method because it arrives directly 'in the home' of the customer who does not need to read a website and an email to be informed of the need for the 'intervention. Even for Apple, this is a good way to make yourself safe from those who for any reason should not respond to the appeal; in fact, it will be difficult to argue that he did not have an adequate warning.
Recall that Apple ordered the replacement of the power supplies because some of them tended to break, leaving the slats inside the socket and exposing users to the risk of an electric shock.