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US regulators sorting bad Apple off iPhone

The New York Consumer Protection Board (NYCPB) is acting on a barrage of complaints being made by many owners of the most hyped mobile handset in history – iPhone.

The powerful regulator is taking Apple to task over the sealed battery the company insists in placing in the iPhone. The chairperson of the NYCPB, Mindy Bockstein, has written to Apple CEO Steve Jobs requiring him ensure that the design of the iPhone is changed to allow owners of the device to gain easy access to its battery so that they can change it for themselves. Read more.

1 Comment to US regulators sorting bad Apple off iPhone

  1. August 8, 2007 at 9:03 am | Permalink

    I had my doubts about the gadget but didn’t think it was this bad.


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