Apple Pays Compensation to iPhone Customers

Apple pays 300 million dollars in compensation for the iPhone-customers who had been denied warranty-repair.

Apple has in the United States reached a settlement in a remarkable case of garanti reperationer, where Apple has refused to repair customers’ iPhone and iPod, on the grounds that the products had been exposed to moisture.

The American customers have sued Apple, because they have been refused repair because a humidity sensor in the products had indicated that the devices had been exposed to water, writes the Wall Street Journal.

The applicants claim, however, that the moisture sensor can provide translated by ordinary use, if the devices simply are exposed to high humidity.

Apple, however, does not agree with the thesis, but opted to enter into a settlement, and pay around 300 million in compensation to the applicant 150,000 customers.