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Apple Will Pay $95 Million to Settle a Lawsuit that Claims Refurbished Devices Aren’t ‘Equivalent to New’

Apple on Friday reached a $95 million settlement that, pending court approval, will resolve a class action lawsuit that accused the company of violating the Magnuson–Moss Warranty Act and other U.S. laws by replacing customers’ devices covered by AppleCare with refurbished devices, according to court documents accessed by MacRumors.

Apple’s Repair Terms and Conditions for the U.S. state that, when servicing a customer’s product, the company “may use parts or products that are new or refurbished and equivalent to new in performance and reliability.”

Read the source article at MacRumors

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