Apple announced that it has been revoked a certain old power adapter that it used for sale because "it can break and create a risk of electric shock if touching exposed metal parts."
According to Engadget, the company is aware of six cases worldwide, but it is clear that it is enough to remind everyone of them.
The problematic connector is completely thick, completely white, and there is no writing inside the slot that is fastened to the power adapter. If your plug has a gray slot on your back by typing it, it is not one of the affected types.
Here's what they look like – she remembers left:
If you have type on the right, you are fine.
The plugins were made for use in the United Kingdom, Singapore and Hong Kong, and were sold between 2003 and 2010 with Mac and iOS devices, as well as with the Apple World Travel Kit.
If you have one of the revoked plugs, here's how to replace it for safety.