Charging iphone with ps3 super slim

Will it cause any problems with my iphone to charge it with the god of war super slim ps3

Use your computer to charge the phone if you're unsure...
But for clarification, the iPhone will charge on any USB standard power (5V 1A)
Apple won't support it if your phone erupts into a ball of fire unless you were using their charger.
Also, remember this thing called time zones, the volunteers and other assorted experts on here are either working, sleeping or, studying. Be paitient to get answers.

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    Ronjon500 wrote:
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