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MacSurfer's Archive: Saturday, December 30, 2017


  • "Tim Cook needs to take responsibility for Apple's battery scandal"  Business Insider 8:55 AM
  • "Apple's Battery Controversy Response Is Brilliant"  Seeking Alpha 8:24 AM
  • "PSA: Apple is making its $29 battery replacement pricing effective immediately" 9to5Mac 11:18 AM
  • "Apple finally rolls out its $29 iPhone battery replacement deal" Mashable 11:19 AM
  • "Apple's $29 iPhone battery replacements are available a month early" Engadget 2:10 PM
  • "Apples Issues Updated Statement On Battery Ageing" ["The statement doesn't address any new information as to cause of the issue and confirms my initial technical explanation of the battery impedance causing the battery to no longer be able to supply a stable voltage supply during transient loads."]  AnandTech 12/29
  • "Apple cuts cost of iPhone battery as it apologises over performance: Company last week admitted it slows down some handsets to protect ageing batteries" Irish Times 12/29
  • "Apple Says It Never Meant to Slow Down Old iPhones" [Video Report] Bloomberg 12/29
  • "Australian lawyers to launch Apple class action over slow iPhones: iPhone owners could cash in on a portion of over $1 billion in what lawyers are touting as Australia's largest-ever class action, after tech giant Apple admitted to slowing down some phones." The New Daily (AU) 12/29
  • "Apple faces lawsuits in South Korea for slowing down iPhones" The Straits Times [Free Registration Required] 12/29
  • "Apple faces at least 12 different class-action lawsuits over iPhone slowdowns" BGR 12/29
  • "Apple's best-paid female employee earns nearly twice as much as CEO Tim Cook" Business Insider 12/29