This is actually quite suprizing. You would think such a new product would fail more. Then again Apple has access to some big fabs.
I hate to nitpick, but as a news source, you guys got it a little wrong.
>As such, it is the malfunction rates after 24 months of ownership that will have a more direct impact on people's wallets.
No it isn't, and that's not what they study says. Most contracts run for 24 months. The manufacturer's warranty runs to 12 months after purchase. The big time for insurance claims lies within that 13-24 months of ownership window. After that, if the phone breaks most will sign a new contract and get a new phone.
The study concerns what happens within 24 months of ownership, not after.
Jeremy: Thanks for pointing out my error. It was actually I typo on my part. I have corrected it. Thanks again!
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