Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: Minho ,
It’s always possible with non certified accessories. The problem is that they require power from the device and if they don’t have built-in protection circuitry, they can expose the iPad to high power requests and damage the logic board. Like anything else, it’s a numbers game and the probability that any one keyboard damages a Tristar IC is low but when you scale it up, you see problems. IMHO, from a school district perspective, they should not be allowing non MFi-certified accessories being connected to school owned iPads. With the high number of devices, they will see problems…eventually.