Although priced at exorbitant prices, there must be a problem that occurred on the iPhone. The most commonly experienced issues certainly easy iPhone charger cable is damaged, whether it could not be used for charging, or cord torn.
The most annoying, when you replace a new cable, the same thing will happen again a few months later. So, is this one user, or any Apple?
There are a number of reasons why the iPhone charger cable is easily damaged. All will certainly be back again on how you take care of the charger cable and keeping well. Without elaborate further, consider the following causes.
1. Material Rubber Perishable
Cables for gadgets like tablets and smartphones are usually coated material PVC (polyvinyl chloride) plastic. This material is used as an insulator for electrical cables that make it a solid, durable and elastic.
In fact, Apple does not use PVC in all its products. The reason is simple, the material claimed to be environmentally friendly and contains no harmful chemicals, which are substances plasticizer to make PVC so elastic.
Instead, Apple uses a rubber material which makes the charger cable is so thin, lightweight, and easily rolled. Well, the rubber too, has drawbacks. This material is easily peeled off, even if exposed nails though.
Because it is so flexible, if users scroll cable is too tight, the layer at the near end of the cable will be strained. When this is often done repeatedly, the layer will be broken and torn.
2. Cable is Not Treated
Often the charger cable is only used for charging the battery, so that users forget to take care of and using a wired correctly. It can be seen from how to roll and plug or unplug the USB slot.
You can also protect the ends of the cord to break with the clip on ferrite ring or some sort of small ring that protects the ends of the cable.
3. Strain Relief
This is the reason why the iPhone charger cable is more easily damaged than Android charger cable.
IPhone charger cable does not have a “ring” with a neck cord segments on the so-called Strain Relief. This is supposed to protect the neck from bending wires that could break the internal parts of the cable.
Apple itself even bring Strain Relief bermaterial rubber easily broken, Even “bad” views, it is still not able to make more durable iPhone charger cable.