I have heard this a few times from apple users in the LA area. The CA lemon law covers items that come with a warranty, as yours does. Section 1793.2 of the civil code covers it specifically, calling for them to replace (they have) or repurchase, if they cannot fix within 30 days' time. Sounds like they have been unable to do so. So, what are your rights? You can make them give you another phone or buy this one back. As to ATT or whomever it is you use for your service, that is an entirely different issue re: their strength of signal and they likely do NOT guarantee it or download times. At some point Apple will get tired of sending you new phones and say your warranty is up. I guess you could sue them then if you want? Oh, you can also make them pay your attorney if you go this route. Not sure this helps at all since you are back at square one.
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