Apple to pay 53 million dollars to customers for denied warranty
According to lawyers representing plaintiffs in the litigation at the United States District Court for the Northern District of California, Apple is to settle 153,000 customers with the sum of 53 million dollars.
The money is meant for the compensation of iPhone, iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS, and the first, second and third-generation iPod Touch which were damaged by water where which Apple refused to repair or replace the damaged devices despite the customers’ one-year warranty still active as at the time.
Payouts are around $200 and could be less or double based on the number of claims submitted by a customer.
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