Well, those of you looking to help offset the cost of your new iPhone by suing Apple for locking in the battery are out of luck. A judge has thrown out the suit filed against the company by a customer in Chicago.
The suit had alleged that the company did not properly inform potential iPhone owners that the handset's battery was soldered into its casing and could only be replaced by sending the device into the company.
The judge didn't quite see it that way. He noted that not only common sense would tell you that eventually the battery would need to be replaced, Apple does too on its packaging. As such, the Judge tossed out the suit.
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