Frage: USB-C: overcurrent-protection?

Hello community,

I have a 2015 Macbook 12" with one single USB-C port and the "USB-C Digital AV Multiport Adapter".

Earlier in my life, I managed to destroy a MacBook Air 2.1 by plugging in a faulty / short-circuited USB-cable, thus frying the mainboard's single / only USB-controller.

Since Apple has decided to combine all external connections into one single port on the MB12, I have some hope that they implemented a better overcurrent / short-circuit protection then - either in the MacBook itself, or in the Multiport Adapter. Especially, because I don't have the possibility to test every USB-device on a spare MacFryBook before I plug it into my current MB12.

I couldn't find anything in the online Manual, nor on the web.

Any ideas?

MacBook (Retina, 12-inch, Early 2015), macOS Sierra (10.12.4)

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Frage: USB-C: overcurrent-protection?