Your iPhone is only guaranteed to last one year, Apple argues: The lawsuit argues that “consumers reasonably expect that smartphones will remain operable for at least two years when not subject to abuse or neglect because the overwhelming majority of smartphone users are required to sign service contracts with (mobile) carriers for two year periods.”
Despite publicly saying it makes the most durable devices Apple isn’t afraid to fall back on a legal technicality to win the case.
In a bid to have it thrown out, Arturo González, the lawyer representing Apple in the case filed a motion earlier in the year arguing it is “not appropriate for courts to rewrite the express terms of a warranty simply because of a consumer’s unilateral expectations about a product.”
To hold Apple accountable “simply because plaintiffs expect their iPhones to last the length of their cellular service contracts” would put an unfair burden on the company, reads the motion, which was published by Motherboard.
Here's How Much Quicker A Stripped Out Tesla Model S P100D Is. Mostly I like this because it gives a taste of what's going to happen when gearheads get hold of second-hand Teslas. New-Tesla fans are often a curious breed who are really into Teslas but know absolutely SFA about any other car and don't care even a tiny bit about car culture in general. It was the same with the Prius, but in that case they weren't talking a legitimately fast car. So when you get Teslas into the hands of people who don't give a shit about Teslas but love cars, wrenching and going as fast as possible... well, that's going to get interesting!