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September 13, 2017

The iPhone Is Guaranteed To Last Only One Year, Apple Argues In Court (vice.com)

Reader Jason Koebler writes: Last month, Greg Joswiak, Apple’s VP of iOS, iPad, and iPhone Marketing, told Buzzfeed that iPhones are “the highest quality and most durable devices. We do this because it’s better for the customer, for the iPhone, and for the planet.”
But in a class-action court case over the widespread premature failure of tens of thousands of iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus devices, Apple argues that the company cannot guarantee any iPhone for more than a year. In a motion to dismiss, Apple argued that “to hold Apple’s Limited Warranty substantively unconscionable simply because Plaintiffs expect their iPhones to last the length of their cellular service contracts ‘would place a burden on [Apple] for which it did not contract.'”

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