iPhone, iPod Touch users could get $200 refunds
SAN FRANCSICO (KGO) -- Some Apple users could see up to $200 back thanks to a $53 million class action settlement.
If approved, Apple would refund $200 to each iPhone and iPod Touch user affected by a former service policy.
Before 2009, Apple's warranty and service plan did not apply to devices that appeared to have come into contact with liquids.
Lawyers are contacting the $150,000 people who qualify.
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