A recent spate of cases in which selfie sticks have been involved have led to a surge in the number of people using them to snap pictures, and to the frustration of some users.

The devices have also been implicated in serious accidents, with a number of deaths reported.

A number of devices have been recalled, with Apple saying on Tuesday that it will replace all affected products with new ones.

A spokesperson for Apple said it will “reactivate” the new devices in the US and Canada by the end of the week.

Here’s what you need to know about the new selfie sticks: 1.

What are the selfie sticks?

A selfie stick is a selfie-style device that can be attached to a camera and used as a portable photo-taking device.

The device uses a microphone to transmit audio and video to the user’s smartphone or tablet.

Some companies, including Apple, make the devices for users who have no other way to take photos or videos.

Others, including GoPro, use the devices to capture high-definition video.

2.

Are there health concerns?

A number have been reported with the use of selfie sticks, with some claiming they may cause dizziness and nausea.

The US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has launched an investigation into the safety of selfie-stick users, with the CPSC saying that the devices pose a safety risk to children.

In a statement on Monday, the CPSO said the devices are “likely” to cause injury to children because of the way they are used.

3.

What do the selfie-sticks look like?

Most selfie-shaped devices can be found on the market today, and there are a number that have an attractive, metallic look to them.

Some of these devices are made by different companies and come in a variety of colors.

They range in price from $60 to $800.

They are also made in different types of plastic, including silicone, which has the advantage of being recyclable.

4.

Are the selfie stick accidents happening regularly?

A 2016 study by the University of Illinois found that almost 50% of the people who reported using a selfie stick in a car crash had a similar accident as an adult driver.

The study also found that over two-thirds of the selfie users were in their 20s or older.

The researchers also found a number who had taken their selfie sticks at the same time as driving.

A 2016 survey by Consumer Reports found that selfie sticks were the most popular accessory among adults over the age of 18, with 83% of respondents claiming they have taken one.

5.

What happens when the device is not working?

While many users say that their devices are helping them to take better pictures, the issue of the safety hazards of the devices has come up again recently, with reports of accidental injuries from people using the devices.

In April, a number found themselves in a parking lot after their selfie stick fell out of their car and caused them to fall on their head.

A person who was driving in a similar vehicle sustained minor injuries after the selfie went off.

In June, an Ohio woman who had been using a device with a camera on it died after it fell on her head in the parking lot of a gas station.

A man with a selfie camera was also injured when his selfie stick accidentally hit his back.

6.

Is there any chance that the selfie devices will be banned?

Yes, there are concerns that the technology could lead to the banning of some selfie sticks.

The CPSC has been looking into whether certain selfie sticks could be marketed as being “selfie sticks” or “selfies without a camera.”

The CPSO has also launched a review of whether there are any safety hazards associated with the devices, with companies that make them expected to provide data to help the agency in its efforts.

7.

What can you do if your selfie stick or selfie-styled device has been involved in an accident?

Take photos and videos of yourself, your family and loved ones.

Make sure to wear a face shield and be alert for anything that could be a safety hazard.

If you or someone you know is using a similar device, make sure they are wearing one that can hold a camera.

8.

What if I lose or break my selfie stick?

If you lose or lose it while you’re driving, there is a good chance that it could get caught in the back of your vehicle and fall onto your head.

You could also be injured in a collision with another vehicle or a car.

9.

Can I get a replacement selfie stick for my device?

There are a few options available to consumers who have been injured using a self-styling selfie stick, including a repair kit that is available online or in some stores.

If the selfie was not designed with the person in mind, there may be an option for people to get a selfie replacement.

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