Apple’s iPhone ‘batterygate’ settlement payments should start going out soon

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Just as some owners are raising concerns about a possible battery issue, the original lawsuit over 2017's batterygate saga is nearing an end. One of the firms representing Apple customers in the , Cotchett, Pitre & McCarthy, announced that the 9th Circuit dismissed two cases people appealing the terms of what called “the largest all-cash recovery in a intrusion case in history” (via 9to5Mac and Mercury News).

This clears the way for millions in payments to be distributed to affected owners of covered iPhone 6, 6 Plus, 6S, 6S Plus, 7, 7 Plus, or first- iPhone SE devices. According to the terms of the settlement, Apple would have to pay a minimum of $310 million and to $500 million, depending

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