Apple iPhone & iPod Touch Warranty Settlement
iPhone or iPod Touch owners who were denied coverage under their warranty (either the standard one-year warranty or extended two year AppleCare warranty) on the basis of Apple’s Liquid Damage Policy.
Typically these denials were based on the Liquid Contact Indicatory (LCI) or Liquid Submersion Indicator (LSI) being red.
The actual number of payments may be lower or up to twice as high depending on the number of claims filed.
|Proof of Purchase:||
Serial number of device (or other identifying information)
|Claim Form:||Apple iPod Touch / iPhone Warranty Claim Form|
|Case Name:||Welcome to the Home Page of the In re Apple iPhone/iPod touch Warranty Litigation,
Case No. 3:10-cv-01610-RS
Plaintiffs allege that Apple would not provide warranty coverage to iPhone and iPod Touch owners whose units indicated liquid damage (liquid contact indicator or liquid submersion indicator (seen through headphone jack or dock connector) turned pink/red). They contend that the indicator can be triggered by humidity, and even if the unit was exposed to liquid this may not be the cause of the specific malfunction that the customer was experiencing. Apple denies the allegation. Before the case was decided, the two parties agreed to settle the case.
|Settlement Website:||iPod / iPhone Warranty Settlement|
|Claim Form Deadline:||October 21, 2013|
|Claims Administrator:||Apple iPhone/iPod Warranty Litigation|
PO Box 41384
Providence, RI 02940-3184