Did we report that Apple has dropped "restocking fee" for iPhone customers….Apple has said that "if you're not fully satisfied, you can return your undamaged iPhone to any Apple Retail Store or online Apple Store within 30 days of purchase for a "full refund" "in a statement confirming iPhone 4/iOS 4 reception problem.
"That's a change from the company's normal policy, which demands a 10% restocking fee for returned iPhones. According to company's Web site, Apple typically charges $19.90 for a returned 16GB iPhone 4 model, and $29.90 for a 32GB device." An AppleCare support representative named as "Erica" confirmed that the restocking fee had been ditched.
In a lawsuit filed Wednesday in federal court, a pair of Maryland residents claimed that the iPhone 4 sported a defective antenna design that drops calls and can't hold a strong signal.