The Ministry of Economy and Commerce, in collaboration with Apple will soon announce a recall for iPhone 5 sold from September 2012 to June 2013. The recall is being announced after the company found a manufacturing defect in the battery. The defective phones have a shorter battery life making users charge the phone frequently.
The Ministry through the Consumer Protection Department (CPD) and Commercial Fraud Combating Department will announce in the local newspapers and the Ministry’s website about the time and recall process.
Buyers of these phones will be required submit their iPhone’s serial number to see if they meet the requirements for the battery replacement service, which will be free.
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