C&T is investigating potential class action claims concerning allegations that Apple’s lightning connectors, which power its latest generation of devices, including the iPhone 5, are defective. The cords, which Apple introduced in 2012, allegedly deteriorate in just months under normal use, forcing consumers to purchase a replacement in order to charge or sync their devices. Reportedly, the frayed and deteriorated cable can also cause safety hazards. We would like to hear from you if you own an Apple device sold with a lightning cable that deteriorated, frayed, or stopped working. Please use the “Email us about this Case” button, below, to contact us.
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