This was certainly very predictable, but there you have it: Apple is facing a lawsuit because of the recent outbreak of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus touchscreen crashes around the world.
Three US device owners – Thomas Davidson of Pennsylvania, Todd Cleary of California and Jun Bai of Delaware – filed a class action lawsuit against Apple in the federal court in San Jose, California, accusing the company of fraud and fraud. violate the state’s consumer protection laws. They also claim that Apple neglected the problem:
Apple has long been aware of defective iPhones. Still, the company routinely refused to repair iPhones free of charge when the defect appeared. […] As a result of Apple’s unfair, deceptive and / or fraudulent business practices, iPhone owners, including the plaintiffs, have suffered a definite loss of money and / or property and / or value. Apple’s unfair and deceptive exchange practices were conducted in a way that further aggravates circumstances.
Complaining users do not specify a value to compensate for the damage caused, and Apple has not yet publicly commented on the matter.
Let’s wait for the scenes in the next chapters …