Apple officially revealed that 1 behavior is very dangerous and is equivalent to being exposed to the risk of death
It is convenient to swipe your phone while lying on the bed and put it on the bed to charge, but are these behaviors really safe?
Accidents of accidental explosions of 3C devices such as smartwatches, mobile power supplies, mobile phones, etc. can cause the phone to overheat or even explode, in addition to receiving bad items. Apple has posted important iPhone safety information on its official website, reminding everyone not to do things when charging, so as not to put themselves at risk of death or injury.
Apple officially instructs that using “Made for iPhone” or other third-party cables and power adapters to charge iPhones must be USB2.0 or higher compatible, and comply with applicable national and international and regional security standards. Other adapters may not meet the applicable safety standards and charging with such adapters may be at risk of death or injury.
In addition, charging in exceptional circumstances is risky, using a damaged cable or charger, or charging in wet conditions, could cause fire, electric shock, injury, or damage to your iPhone or other property. When you use a charging cable (included) or wireless charger (apple wireless charger) (purchased separately) to charge your iPhone, make sure its USB connector is fully plugged into a compatible power adapter before plugging it into a power outlet.
As for whether you can’t sleep on your bed, Apple officially warns you not to sleep on top of it or place it under a blanket, pillow, or under your body when your device, power adapter, or wireless charger is plugged in. When using your iPhone, power adapter, and any wireless charger, or charging, place it in a well-ventilated environment. Take special care if your physical condition affects your body’s ability to perceive heat.
In addition, wireless (apple wireless charger) charging has been especially popular in recent years, and there is something to note when using it. When using a wireless charger, remove the metal case and avoid placing metal foreign objects (such as keys, coins, batteries, or jewelry) on the charger, which may heat up or interfere with charging.