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Apple agrees to pay Chilean consumers $3.4 million over iPhone obsolescence – WION

Apple has agreed to pay Chilean consumers $3.4 million in a lawsuit over programmed obsolescence of iPhones, their lawyer said on Wednesday, the first such settlement…

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Apple has agreed to pay Chilean consumers $3.4 million in a lawsuit over programmed obsolescence of iPhones, their lawyer said on Wednesday, the first such settlement in Latin America.
Apple is accused of having programmed a limited lifespan into some products to force users to replace their phones sooner than necessary and has previously settled similar cases in the United States and Europe.
In Chile, some 150,000 users of the iPhone 6, 6 Plus, 6s Plus, 7, 7 Plus and SE sued the US company, claiming…

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