February 21, 2018 / 1:21 AM / 25 days ago

Plaintiff seeks order to preserve iPhone batteries as evidence for fraud case

A California man who sued Apple Inc alleging the company defrauded him and other consumers by concealing iPhone battery defects on Saturday again asked a federal judge to issue a preliminary injunction forcing Apple to preserve batteries it is replacing as part of a rebate program.

Keaton Harvey, who sued Apple in December, initially called for the injunction in mid-January, a few weeks after filing his lawsuit. He said he feared Apple would recycle all of the returned batteries, destroying critical evidence.

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