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Apple Is Still Replacing Old iPhone Battery for Rs 2,000, but Only till December...

After Apple admitted to have intentionally slowed down older iPhones due to aging batteries, it has been offering battery replacements for almost one-third of...
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Here’s How You Can Claim Rs. 3,900 Refund For iPhone Battery Replacement

Apple is offering refunds to all iPhone customers who paid the full price to replace the battery on their older iPhones before the company...
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Apple Offering Rs 3,900 Refund To Those Who Replaced iPhone Battery Last Year

Apple is offering refunds to all iPhone customers who paid the full price to replace the battery on their older iPhones before the company...
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After the US, Apple Faces Lawsuits in Canada for Slowing Down iPhones

As if all the Apple the 59 putative class actions across 16 district courts in the United States wasn't bad enough, Apple is now...
Apple Apologizes For Slowing Down iPhones- Offers $29 Battery Replacement For iPhones

U.S. Department of Justice Investigating Apple for Slowing down Older iPhones

Apple is having a hard time with its decision to slow down older iPhones with aging batteries. Although the company posted an apology and...
Samsung Denies Italian Watchdog's Claims of Smartphone Throttling

Samsung Denies Italian Authority’s Claims of Smartphone Throttling

Apple's battery fiasco has raised problems for Samsung as both the companies are facing heat from theĀ Italian Competition and Market Authority (AGCM) for intentionally...
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Apple Faces Republican Inquiry in Aftermath of ‘Batterygate’

Apple saw the end of the year 2017 surrounded by a sea of lawsuits as the company publicly admitted to slowing down iPhones due...

Apple iPhone Sales to Take Major Hit in 2018 Post ‘Batterygate’: Barclays

Even idle commentators know that Apple's decision to throttle older iPhones, instead of transparently revealing the nature of the update will come back to...

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