With Apple’s recent offer of free bumper cases for the iPhone 4 in an effort to put an end to the Death Grip complaints, many folks were wondering how badly such a move would affect Apple’s pockets. And while an analyst had previously speculated that a full-scale hardware recall would set Apple back $1.5B, Apple has announced a more pleasant figure, stating that the free bumper cases for the iPhone 4 will cost the company $175 million, which is a lot more comforting than the estimated cost to recall the device, though the accuracy of the recall cost has been disputed also. If you’re still deciding whether you should pick up the iPhone 4 or not, check out our in-depth review of it.
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