Apple might reimburse users have to substitute the battery of the iPhone at full price
Apple is reportedly considering the idea of offering a refund to those users who have replaced the battery of your iPhone, paying, before the sale prices should be in force.
After the disputes that arose with the functionality for the energy management which was introduced with iOS 10.2.1, and concerning the reduction of the performance on the iPhone with batteries, worn-out, Apple announced in December a discount on the price of replacement batteries is out of warranty (now for €29). The discounted price will be in force until 31 December 2018.
As reported in this article, Apple has officially responded to the open letter of Senator John Thune regarding aspects a few clear policy put in place by the company from Cupertino. The Senator has asked, among other things, if the colossus tech is going to reimburse users who paid the full price for the replacement of the battery of your iPhone, before discount.
Well, Cynthia Hogan, Apple has responded today to the words of Thune stating: "we considered the idea and in the case we will provide updates".
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