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Many years ago in a former life, I was in charge of basic computer maintenance are operation. We had Apple IIe"s, Apple GSs, and Mac Classic/Color Classics, Mac SE, Mac LCI, II,III's, and so on.

Over a short period of time our early Macs started to have problems. The problem was that the internal batteries started to fail. On inspection, I discovered that the batteries were soldered in. I could not replace them unlike future models. We had to get First Avenue to replace the batteries for us.

Well, I see that there is a law suit taking Apple to task for their batteries in the new iPhones.

I found this on Apple Insider.

AppleInsider | iPhone: class-action battery lawsuit, mass AC adapter failures
 

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And rightly so, they should be sued.

This is like having the hood of your car welded shut from the factory.
 

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That is so dumb, if you have problem witha sealed battery DON'T BUY THE PHONE!
 
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