Apple is reported to pay a settlement regarding warranty practices. The Cupertino, California-based company is said to agree with the class action suit and plans to pay a huge amount costing up to $53 million in total to owners of Apple devices such as iPod Touch and iPhones that Apple did not recognize under the 1-year protection plan.
Based on the report from Wired that acquired a copy of the said agreement with Apple, Noreen Krall, the Apple Counsel, signed the settlement and will proceed to the California federal court in the following weeks.
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The refurbished Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 2 is being offered by Walmart.com at a price of $169.99.
The seven-inch Samsung tab has been refurbished for a few months now. Though Walmart’s price is relatively cheaper compared to others, shipping for this device is also paid. However, the tab can be sent to any store of Walmart for free in-store pickup.
Galaxy tab’s new price is considered to be the lowest ever seen. Samsung has raised its efforts in selling the company’s refurbished products through mainline retailers. On the other hand, it is paying more attention in ensuring that its refurbished stock . . . → Read More: Samsung tab refurbished at a price of $169.99, Walmart
Apple publicized that they are going to have a recall program concerning its authentic iPod Nano in the us. It stated that the unit has an uncommon overheating issue that might be harmful. It offers replacements for the first generation iPod Nano units. Apple recommends customers to cease the use their units and adhere to the solutions provided by the company to exchange them with yet another model free of charge.
Apple stated that this is a battery problem but it doesn’t affect other iPod generations. There are numerous ways to get your affected iPod Nano . . . → Read More: Apple Announces Recall of Ipod Nano