Apple’s next batch of iPhones – expected to be released this year – are tipped to have larger batteries to support a new feature that allows them to effectively double-up as wireless chargers. Photo: Reuters

US students Zhou Yangyang and Jiang Quan accused of cheating Apple out of nearly US$1 million using thousands of fake iPhones from China

  • They allegedly sent the company counterfeit devices claiming they were faulty and received brand-new genuine models as replacements
  • Out of 3,069 repair requests made between April 2017 and March 2018, prosecutors claim Apple completed 1,493 of them
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Apple’s next batch of iPhones – expected to be released this year – are tipped to have larger batteries to support a new feature that allows them to effectively double-up as wireless chargers. Photo: Reuters
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