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Monday Apple Rumors: App Store Users Abusing Refund Policy

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Leading the Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL ) rumor mill today is news of users abusing the App Store's refund policy. Today, we'll look at that and other Apple Rumors for Monday.

Refund Abuse : A new report claims that users are abusing Apple's refund policy in the App Store , reports 9to5Mac . According to this report, several game developers in South Korea claim that players of their games are buying in-game content and then seeking a refund from AAPL. They claim that the tech company hands these refunds out without question and that users still get to keep the in-game purchases. The developers are now manually working to block players that do this because the tech company refuses to give up their information.

MacBook Pro Battery : Several MacBook Pro owners are complaining about the laptop's battery life , MacRumors notes. These owners are claiming that they aren't getting the advertised 10 hours of battery life from the device. This includes when only using it for normal tasks, such as surfing the internet. Some users claim that a full charge is getting them as little as three hours of battery life. Other users say they get about six hours on a full charge. There are also owners that claim to be getting the full 10 hours from a single charge.

Shanghai Store : Apple is planning to open its next Store in Shanghai on Dec. 10, reports AppleInsider . The new Store will be the tech company's 7th retail location in Shanghai. The new location will be open seven days a week. It will open at 10:00 a.m. and will close at 10:00 p.m. It will be located in the Vanke Mall in Qibao.

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