Korean iPhone users wait to replace their aged batteries with new ones at an Apple service center in Seoul. The U.S. smartphone maker began the battery swap program amid mounting anger over its software upgrade that intentionally slowed down older iPhones. Photo: Yonhap Korean iPhone users wait to replace their aged batteries with new ones at an Apple service center in Seoul. The U.S. smartphone maker began the battery swap program amid mounting anger over its software upgrade that intentionally slowed down older iPhones. Photo: Yonhap
Korean iPhone users wait to replace their aged batteries with new ones at an Apple service center in Seoul. The U.S. smartphone maker began the battery swap program amid mounting anger over its software upgrade that intentionally slowed down older iPhones. Photo: Yonhap

More than 200,000 South Koreans take part in Apple lawsuit

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Topic |   South Korea
Korean iPhone users wait to replace their aged batteries with new ones at an Apple service center in Seoul. The U.S. smartphone maker began the battery swap program amid mounting anger over its software upgrade that intentionally slowed down older iPhones. Photo: Yonhap Korean iPhone users wait to replace their aged batteries with new ones at an Apple service center in Seoul. The U.S. smartphone maker began the battery swap program amid mounting anger over its software upgrade that intentionally slowed down older iPhones. Photo: Yonhap
Korean iPhone users wait to replace their aged batteries with new ones at an Apple service center in Seoul. The U.S. smartphone maker began the battery swap program amid mounting anger over its software upgrade that intentionally slowed down older iPhones. Photo: Yonhap
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