Any modern individual nowadays got handheld devices they carry along with them whether for personal use or for work. Popular devices include smartphones, iPhones, iPads, digital cameras, action cameras, media players and so on. All of these contain batteries to be operated and majority come with rechargeable batteries. There are same safety measures that needs to be made in charging up a device. Batteries are potentially harmful when charged wrongly. So just how to you charge iPhone, iPad and other devices safely? Check out our simple guidelines below.
Use Certified Charging Devices
Always check the certification on your charger and cable. Make sure that it passes standards and quality checks.
Avoid Unattended Charging
Some devices can take a few hours to fully charge and often times users would leave the device charging overnight. If ever you are to charge your device overnight, place it in a place where there’s no flammable material nearby. Overnight charging a device and leaving it on the bed for example is a very bad idea. Give the device some space away from fabrics and other devices just in case something catastrophic happens.
Be Cautious With Fast-Charging
For example you want to charge iPad Pro faster, you can find fast chargers for different devices today wherein it offers a shorter time for charging your devices. However, using a fast charger with a higher amperage tend to heat up your device’s battery. If the fast charger is causing your device to heat up at an alarming temperature, discontinue use immediately and have your device checked by a professional.