On January 24, Apple apparently managed the 50th grade document filed against Apple to delay slow iPhones and we linked 31 of our reports on this subject in a report here. While we stopped covering this story after the 50's, the class's actions passed 60. We have now learned that Apple is now on record that begins its battle against this ocean of class action.
According to the Westlaw Practitioner Insights report, Apple Inc. encourages a federal referee to reject a class case due to iPhone battery failure, calling the error requirements groundless.
According to the class action in San Jose, 2016 and 2017, software updates caused unexpected closures and prevented the performance of the iPhone SE, 6 and 7 models, misleading customers believing their phones were near the end of the life cycle and force them to to buy either new phones or replace batteries.
To learn more about the details of this report, login to Westlaw here: bit.ly/2vB4lR0
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