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Published: 17 February 2019

Posted by: Anonymously

I have purchased over 8 iphones in the past 3 yrs and foun the last group of phones that were purchased in 2012-2013 had bad batteries in them. When you go back to Tmobile after 14 days they say to use warranty. Warranty has a $150 deductible and you just bite the bullet and settle to buy an extender to give another 2-3 hours on your battery life. We have 24 Iphones within my comapny and I tell all the employees to keep the brightness level to 1/4 level so that we can have more battery life. Why is it that my son who has a Samsung Galaxy dont have this issue???? So a class action lawsuit was filed and a a website was created to off set the lawsuit. So originally when the lawsuit was making media attention they were replacing batteries left and right. Now that time has passed, they have stopped honoring the bettery exchange program. Ive had 4 different phones that have the same issue and bought during the same time with the same issues. The Tmobile dealer said that all his clients were having them replaced without issue, that was back in August last year and today –apple has this on the website: The serial number you entered is not eligible under this program because either: – It’s not one of the serial numbers in the affected range – Our records show that your battery has already been replaced. If you paid for a battery replacement service,

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