Hmm, what's the deal with the lightning cables. I've used them with no issues, but this last week I went through 4 of them. It seems they burnt out, when I look at the exposed lightning end it is black, just a bit charred. I initially noted this when my wife said her phone was not charging, I thought the battery was dead. After receiving the warranty replacement that one did not charge either and that's when I noticed the busted cable. It seems the cable ruined her iphone. What's weird is that the cable for my phone was charred as well, and a few days later also stopped working. That's number 2. Maybe there is an issue with my house wiring, although I've had these iphones powering up there for a while. The only thing I can think of is I was changing all my outlets to child proof ones and shut off and turned on the breakers several times. The weirdest part though is cable number 3. This one was in my wifes car, where she has been using it for almost a year. It's never been out of the car, never plugged into the house. She used it one day with the replacement phone and comes home that night saying it won't charge her phone, sure enough it's blackened and charred. I put in a new cable and all was good. All 3 cables were genuine Apple white cables, the 2 house ones were supplied by Apple power cubes that came with the phones, and the car one was supplied by a 2.1 Amp Schosche official licensed car adapter. Is it just me, did I just have an incredibly bad streak of luck? Or are the lightning adapters risky like that?