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I'm an educated man, but I'm afraid I can't speak intelligently about what the hell this headline means.
 On the shelf aging problem?  Highly doubtful.  They are probably just defective to begin with.  
 I don't agree, at least not as it pertains to Apple specifically.  Their history has been to correct problems once they deem it affects a relatively large number of units.  Apple has previously had repair programs for similar issues.  
I find these reports hilarious as well. They are almost never right. These kinds of groups said the iPod would never work, that the Zune would destroy it, that the iPhone would have no market, and that the iPad would fail. I don't pretend to know what Apple will release, but when and if they do, it will probably be another product we never knew we needed and now can't live without.
In my opinion, Samsung's infringement is blatant and deliberate. Apple has enormous cash reserves, and could fight this forever. I actually think their best bet is to Ronald Reagan Samsung into submission. Tell them they will never allowed themselves to be pushed around the courtroom and that they will fight with nearly unlimited financial resources until Samsung gives up. Peace Through Strength.
This product will never see the light of day, at least not outside of China. Lawsuit in 3, 2, 1...
 I bet the number isn't even close to to 1%.   If it was, they'd have already done something about it.  A 1% defect rate in a tech product like this would be astronomical.  
 No.  Have you?  Why does it matter?    No.  Again, why does it matter?    That's quite a leap, friend.  In fact, it seems someone is projecting his own personal problems instead of objectively analyzing the issue.    I see.  So this guy isn't greedy, but Apple, Google and Adobe are.  Oh, and we're to stop calling names, unless it's you calling a large corporation "greedy."  Got it.    Conspiracy?  That's a little harsh.  It was a non-poaching agreement.  They were clearly...
As Apple has had previous replacement and repair programs, I can only assume that the issue never hit critical mass.  That is, there probably aren't enough people affected to warrant such a program.  They are likely to content to deal with it on a  case-by-case basis.  Having dealt with Apple customer service on the phone many times, I can say that it really depends who you talk to.  I've had one guy refuse to replace an 8 month old battery, and another replace, it no...
 Are you an attorney?  Are you in the business of quantifying settlements and awards?  Because if not, you don't know what the hell you're talking about.  We, the general public, have no idea what a "fair" settlement is.  All we know is what the plaintiff's are presenting.  Speaking of which, why do you think the class attorney's agreed to a settlement that was 10% of asking price?  I'll tell you why...because they knew they probably weren't going to win at all, much less...
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