Apple weighs iPhone battery rebates for users who paid full

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In a letter to U.S. senators Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) says it's seeing "strong demand" for replacement iPhone batteries and said it is considering offering rebates for consumers who paid the full $79 price for new batteries. Apple lowered the price to $29 dollars after admitting -- and apologizing for -- that software to deal with aging batteries in iPhones could slow down performance. Apple hasn't said when it will make a final decision about rebates.

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