The article further explains that Apple uses the Liquid Submersion Indicator to determine if the phones have been water damaged. The indicator turns pink when the gadget has been submerged in water. However, the manufacturer has admitted that it could turn pink due to other factors like sweat or other smaller amounts of exposure to moisture.
Apple asserts that it has done nothing wrong but has agreed to settle the issue to prevent the “expense, inconvenience, and distraction of burdensome litigation.” The fund allocated by the company is yet to be approved by the court but since Apple has agreed to pay, customers who filed the lawsuit can start to feel relieved with the outcome. Water-damaged handsets are a big problem for owners and finding a reliable Melbourne iPhone repair service can prove daunting especially for those who haven’t had experience with any repair shop.