July 16th, 2013
01:50 PM ET

Victim Allegedly Electrocuted by iPhone5

Apple is investigating reports that a woman in China was electrocuted by her iPhone5. The family of the victim claims she died answering a call while her phone was charging.

The woman's body showed clear signs of electrocution, reports CNN's David McKenzie. Chinese authorities have warned consumer in the past to not use dodgy iPhone chargers.

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  1. Sally Duffy

    Ok, now I see Chris is doing a segment on Marissa Alexander's case. He has redeemed himself with me.

    July 18, 2013 at 8:29 am | Reply

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