Apple Hit With Another Suit Alleging Privacy Violations

PC World - Nancy Gohring - 1 Feb, 2011
Apple has been hit with another lawsuit accusing it of privacy violations for the way it shares information collected from iPhone ...

Apple softens on water damaged iPod warranty repairs

ZDNet (blog) - Adrian Kingsley-Hughes - 1 Feb, 2011
Apple has changed its policy on warranty repairs or water damaged iPods, according to French tech ...

Apple Now More Lenient On iPod Water Damage Policy

TIME - Michelle Castillo - 1 Feb, 2011
The little white/silver liquid contact indicator (LCI) turning red or stripped is often the death knell for your ...

Apple Quietly Tweaks Policy on iPhone Water Damage

The Atlantic - Nicholas Jackson - 1 Feb, 2011
Apple has a history of being incredibly strict when it comes to water damage. A small feature known as a Liquid Contact Indicator (LCI) is placed on all ...

Apple Takes New Stance On Water Damaged iPhones

Daily News Pulse - Alex Warne - 1 Feb, 2011
Most cell phones have a sensor built in to tell technicians when a phone has come in contact with water. The Apple iPhone is no exception. ...

iPod owners can dispute water damage

TECH.BLORGE.com - Ronald O Carlson - 1 Feb, 2011
Pretty much every one of Cupertino's world beating mobile devices, including MacBooks, have passive liquid contact/submersion indicators ...

Remains of the Day: Water, water everywhere

Albuquerque Express - 1 Feb, 2011
(9 to 5 Mac) We?ve all heard horror stories about perfectly innocent folks who take their iPods or iPhones in to the Genius Bar, only to be rejected for ...

Apple Said To Relax Liquid Contact Indicator Repair Policy |

My Gadget News - 1 Feb, 2011
By TechHead Apple has been said to be relaxing its rather strict iPod repair policy in regards to devices that reveal a triggered liquid sensor. ...

Apple washes away old water damage policy

Today's iPhone - Bryce Daniel - 1 Feb, 2011
All of you probably know that one of the worst things you can do to your iPod or iPhone is get ...

Good News: Apple's Liquid Sensor Policy is Updated

iSmashPhone - 1 Feb, 2011
Apple has updated their repair policy for their iDevice liquid sensors. The main part of the change being that "if a customer disputes whether an iPod with ...

Apple sneakily updates iPhone water damage policy

Macgasm - 1 Feb, 2011
Water, what an ass. Whenever it gets the chance, it beats down our devices, and then laughs at us when companies deny our warranty. ...

Reports Show Apple May Be Loosening Water Damage Policy on iPhones

TMCnet - Susan J. Campbell - 1 Feb, 2011
Most smartphone users know there really isn'ta warranty for water damage. If you drop your phone in a puddle or at least get it wet ...

Apple Makes Changes To Repair Policy Involving Liquid Sensors

CrunchGear - Kyle Thibaut - 1 Feb, 2011
Apple has quietly made a change to its repair policy regarding the liquid contact indicators, or LCI. ...

Apple allowing service on iPods with tripped liquid sensors

ipodnn - 1 Feb, 2011
Apple should be allowing warranty repairs on iPods even in some cases where the liquid contact indicator (LCI) has been tripped, documents found by a French ...

Triggered Water Damage Indicator Doesn't Rule Out Replacement IPhones

Gizmodo Australia - Jason Chen - 1 Feb, 2011
Apple's changed their technical support rules on the Liquid Contact Indicator that's inside just about all iOS ...

Apple relaxing repair policy for iPods with triggered liquid sensors

Apple Insider - Katie Marsal - 1 Feb, 2011
Apple appears to be relaxing its repair policy on iPods whose internal sensors indicate possible water damage by authorizing its service ...

Apple Changes Policy on Water-Damaged iPods

Mashable - Christina Warren - 1 Feb, 2011
The French website igeneration.fr published an image provided by an Apple Authorized Service Provider that highlights a more lenient approach to dealing ...

Apple might be loosening up on water damage policy

Appolicious - Phil Hornshaw - 1 Feb, 2011
Owners of iPhones might have run up against Apple's (AAPL) warranty policy as it relates to water damage -- which is, there is no warranty for water damage. ...

Apple changes its stance on water damage to iOS devices

9 to 5 Mac - 1 Feb, 2011
As reported by igeneration.fr, Apple has amended its stance on water damage to iPods. As you can see below, Apple will allow some leeway in water damage, ...

Infinity Blade

Australian Macworld - ‎Jan 30, 2011‎
Compatible with iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPod touch (3rd generation), iPod touch (4th generation) and iPad. Requires iOS 3.2 or later. ...

Hardware 2.0 'Very Best Kit List' for Feb 2011

ZDNet (blog) - Adrian Kingsley-Hughes - ‎Jan 25, 2011‎
Welcome to the Hardware 2.0 “Very Best Kit List” for Feb 2011. Here I've put together a list of the ...

 

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