How to Claim Your Money from Apple’s $500M Lawsuit
...are incapable of handling peak current draws with the same effectiveness of iPhones with newer batteries and more efficient processors... (via TheVerge.com).
- An iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6S, iPhone 6S Plus, and/or an iPhone SE that ran iOS 10.2.1 or later before December 21st, 2017
- An iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus that ran iOS 11.2 or later before December 21st, 2017
You can file your claim here. If you had more than one iPhone that qualifies, you must file a claim for each one.
If you don’t have the serial number of the phone(s) or receipt number, you can input your info and the website can search for it and find your serial number. I tried it with mine, and it worked. You then can choose if you want the money mailed or directly deposited into your bank account.
You have until October 6, 2020 to file your claim or exclude yourself from it. The only reason why you'd want to do that is if you plan on suing Apple personally, which sounds like a lot of work so just get your $25 and be happy.
Apple goes for a Fairness Hearing on December 4 so assuming all goes well and there’s no appeals, your payment will be processed immediately.
Any questions or concerns you have can be found on the FAQ page.