Welcome to the Home Page of the In re Apple iPhone/iPod touch Warranty Litigation Settlement Website.

Case No. 3:10-cv-01610-RS

Update: On January 29, 2014, the Court conducted a hearing on Plaintiffs’ motion that the Court provide final approval of the settlement agreement with Apple, and on Class Counsel’s motion for attorneys’ fees and litigation expenses. The Court will issue a final ruling after it completes its assessment of the issues. When the Court issues its final ruling, the Settlement Administrator will post the Court’s order on the official website, together with any further updates that are available. We appreciate your patience.

Update: The Court-Ordered deadline to file a claim has passed and was October 21, 2013 at 9:00 PM Pacific Time. If you have not filed a claim already, then you can no longer file a claim.

Update: If you need to provide or update your address, Click Here.

The purpose of this website is to inform you about a $53 million settlement in a class action lawsuit against Apple Inc. (“Apple”) for owners of an iPhone or iPod touch whose device was submitted for repair or replacement in the United States under Apple’s one-year limited warranty or AppleCare Protection Plan, but was denied warranty coverage because Apple stated that the iPhone or iPod touch had been damaged by liquid. Not all recipients of a notice are class members. If the settlement is court-approved, your rights may be affected.

To qualify for a cash refund, you must: (a) be a United States resident; (b) Apple denied warranty coverage for your iPhone on or before December 31, 2009, OR for your iPod touch on or before June 30, 2010; (c) when it was submitted to Apple for warranty coverage, your iPhone or iPod touch was covered either by its original one-year limited warranty or by an AppleCare Protection Plan; and (d) Apple denied warranty coverage because Apple stated that your iPhone or iPod touch had been damaged by liquid.

Some Settlement Class Members, called “Direct-Payment Settlement Class Members,” will receive a cash payment even if they do not submit a Claim Form. If the Settlement Administrator has all the information necessary to process your cash payment under the settlement, you will be sent a customized notice (by postal mail and/or email) advising you that you are a Direct-Payment Settlement Class Member. However, if you are a Direct-Payment Settlement Class Member you will receive a check only if the Settlement Administrator’s records reflect your current mailing address, so you should ensure that the notice you receive reflects your correct mailing address. If it does not, you must provide or correct it. You can provide or correct your U.S. mail or email address by clicking here. The extended deadline for providing or correcting your mailing address is December 23, 2013.

If you are not a Direct-Payment Settlement Class Member, you needed to fill out and submit a valid Claim Form no later than 9:00 p.m. Pacific time on October 21, 2013 or by mail postmarked no later than October 21, 2013 in order to receive a cash payment.