Apple Tries to Justify Service Warning, Disabled Battery Health Feature After Battery Replacement

Apple Tries to Justify Service Warning, Disabled Battery Health Feature After Battery Replacement

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NoGoodNick - August 14, 2019 at 10:14pm
Yes, you CAN continue using your device, but you’ll never be allowed to ask for advice in an Apple Store, trade your device in, or get it repaired when there’s a known, non-related Apple recall. It has NOTHING to do with safety, but is an attempt to hold people’s legally owned devices for ransom—buy a NEW device, or never request help again. It’s similar to Apple tying your credit rating to your jailbreaking an iPhone!
1reader - August 14, 2019 at 10:43pm
Exactly 👍🏻
1reader - August 14, 2019 at 10:47pm
Something like: -don’t change your battery (even if it’s an genuine one or if it’s done by a different shop) -don’t jb -use your device only as we say or we limit your device from functioning (slowing)
1reader - August 14, 2019 at 10:52pm
Wait for fingerprint embedded into the new models and probably they will tell us even what screen protector we can use (from their store) or no fingerprint functionality. This is pure Tim C. only limitations and no innovations.