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From you? That's a very generic statement, regarding brand... but... Apple are quite clear that "After Market" Accessories may void warranties - IF you look at The Important Differences Between Real and Counterfeit iPad Chargers you will see discussion about the difference in quality. You may also note in that, that Apple have a trade back deal for counterfeit chargers, although I don't know if the this extends to speaker docks.
Hi,I am afraid you have a malfunctioning battery.. while charging it is normal to be warm but not hot. since your battery can not charge it gets hot.. I recommend you to take it to service as soon as possible ask for test and than replacement of battery.. Hope this helps! Take care and please Remember to rate/vote and give me 4 Thumbs Up for me to continue for Helping out the Community :) Thanks
are you using original battery for your cellphone? and original charger too? local batteries have that overheat issue. if you are using battery and charger thats both original (if your phone is nokia, your batt and charger should be original nokia aswell), bring the phone to your local technician before you overheat it. if its still in warranty, they can replace either the battery or the unit for you. cellphones do heat up when being charged but if you say its very hot then have it checked by the store or a technician.