Apple Gets ‘Strong Demand’ for Replacement iPhone Batteries – Movingtrend

Movingtrend – Wednesday February 7, 2018

Apple has perceived the ‘Strong Demands’ for the replacement of the iPhone batteries and may propose reimbursement for the consumers who paid the full price for the replacement of the batteries.
Strong Demand for the Replacement of the iPhone Batteries.
In a February 2, a letter to US lawmakers made to Public on Tuesday that Apple has perceived ’Strong Demands’ for the replacement of the iPhone Batteries. Apple has confirmed in last December that the software that deals with the old batteries could slow down the performance.

Company said sorry and reduced the battery replacement for the affected models from the $79 to $29. As the Apple is facing lawsuit against the slowed down performance of the ageing batteries of iPhone, according to the users it is just to push people into buying new phones. In a letter release today the company is said it was issuing reimbursement to consumers who paid full price for the battery replacement.

The letter published by the US Senate Commerce Committee also said Apple delivered a phone-slowing software update in January 2017 but did not reveal it till a month later. In a letter Apple said it had acknowledged about the battery problems caused by manufacturing.

A republication who chairs the committee, Senator John Thune said in statement that ”consumers rely on clear and transparent disclosures from manufacturers to understand why their device may experience performance changes.” He said that in a discussion with the committee ” Apple has acknowledged that its initial disclosures came up short. Apple has also promised the committee some follow-up information, including an answer about additional steps it may take to address customers who purchased a new battery at full price.”

Apple sent a letter to Representative Greg Walden, Apple told the committee that it would increase its reduced cost battery replacement program beyond 2018, if it can’t find any other solution to stop the sudden shutdown of the iPhone.

Apple said in a statement last week that it had, ” received questions from some government agencies" and was duly responding to them. The company had "never, and would never, do anything to intentionally shorten the life of any Apple product, or degrade the user experience to drive customer upgrades.”

Users of the Apple have filed 50 proposed class Lawsuits against Apple, the allegations which are mentioned include unexpected shutdowns and obstructed performance of iPhone models of the SE, 6, 7.

Source - gadget360

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