A lawsuit sent Friday appeals to Apple to lie about display specifications in its iPhone X series.
Two prosecutors filed the suit at the US District Court in northern California claiming that Apple failed to announce the screen sizes and pixel values of the displays in their iPhone X, iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max devices. Plaintiffs seek class action status.
Apple did not respond immediately to a request for comment.
Success claims that Apple lied about screen sizes by counting screen areas like chin and corners. So the new line of iPhones is not "full screen" as marketed, according to the 55-page complaint. For example, the iPhone X screen size should be 5.8 inches, but the plaintiffs measure that it is "only about 5,66875 inches."
The plaintiffs also claim that the iPhone X series has lower screen resolution than announced. iPhone X will have a resolution of 2436
This is not the first time Apple has been sued for its products. Thousands of Customers in Marchin 59 separate litigation over a software tweak that damned some older iPhones, and sought class action status. In June, Apple was hit with another $ 5 million costume on the screen of Apple Watch's tendency to "break, crush or loosen from the body of the watch."
The plaintiff's lawyers did not respond immediately to requests for comment.