“The often-reliable site describes it as simply a rumor for now, and has no additional detail on what may behind it if it is true,” Lovejoy reports.
Lovejoy reports, “The company does have a generally good track-record for free out-of-warranty fixes for manufacturing defects, even if these come to light years later.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Wonder what, if anything, those who’ve already dipped into their pockets to replace iPhone 6/Plus units with the unexpected shutdown issue would get from Apple?
A message from Apple about iPhone and unexpected shutdowns – December 2, 2016