Just last week we had a bad lightning storm which we're not accustomed to in California. All my major electronics including my iPhone were plugged into surge protectors however I didn't think much of it when the storm was happening. I decided to charge my my iPhone and went downstairs. During this time, we experienced what appeared to be 3 power blips where the power went out for less than a second. After reading up on lightning storms I believe these were lightning surges that may have struck power lines in the power grid of our neighborhood. Does anyone know if these surges would have damaged my iPhone or any other electronics? I own a new home (4 years old) and all the lines running to the house are underground. Not sure if that makes any difference. All electronics appear fine including my iPhone but I've heard they could still be damaged and working. Does anyone know? Sorry if this isn't the correct group to post this.