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Apple paid $ 53 million for failing to ensure phones, “iPhone”
And approved the “Apple” to pay a fine of U.S. $ 53 million to settle a lawsuit by a number of users of phones, “iPhone” in America for lack of commitment by the company to ensure that offer phone replacement for a year.
He accused a number of mobile users, “iPhone” “Apple” to refuse to replace their damaged for fictitious reasons, which means non-compliance with security provided in the event of damage to phones, “iPhone” for reasons outside of misuse.
The lawsuit pointed out the flaws in the way revealed “Apple” for phones to be replaced, in terms of what that way often indicate to the exposure of the phone to water, thus affecting the efficiency, thus dropping the guarantee for the device.
Revealed an official document published by the site “Wired”, the “Apple” and agreed to compensate the victims of the detection method that the amount of U.S. $ 200 for the settlement of the case before they are deciding which officially by the court, and will amount you’ll pay the company as a penalty owed to users of its organs to 53 million U.S. dollars.
And will include devices that will replace the “Apple” users, phones, “iPhone” the beginning of the first version of my “iPhone 3G” and “iPhone 3G S”, and the first-and second-generation devices, “iPod Touch”.
And push the “Apple” of those fines in cash to those affected, which means that the U.S. company will lose U.S. $ 53 million of liquidity material estimated at $ 140 billion.
It is noteworthy that this is not the first problem faced by the “Apple” because of the security policy of their own, where the company faced a war in China for non-compliance with the laws of security in the country Asian prompting “Tim Cook” Prime American company to apologize to users of his company in “China” and the Declaration of Commitment Company security laws enshrined there.
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