A remarkable design element of Apple's iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max phones are what most people call "hack".
There is a clipboard on the top of the phone screen so Apple can pack into the advanced cameras necessary for FaceID Face Detection Security without entering frames around the edges of the phone.
However, in a lot of Apple's recent marketing mixes the brackets into the screen because Apple displays a black background in many of the campaign profiles and the front of the site.
Now someone says that those pictures are misleading – and she suits it.
In a complaint filed Friday in the Northern District of California, Courtney Davis Lawyer accuses Apple of designing the advertisement to hide the chin, as Davis believed that the iPhone XS Max, she predetermined, would not chop.
"Photos that hide the missing pixels on the products" displays are prominent on the Succeeded Site, as well as in advertisers for resellers selling the products, "says the complaint." These photos were supported by the plaintiff DAVIS, who believed that the iPhone XS and XS Max would not have a notch at the top of the phone. "
There are other issues mentioned in the complaint, including a claim Apple should not count pixels on the corners of the device in the advertisement because they are rounded.
The lawsuit seeking class action status, as well as damage from Apple. It may be years before there are any significant developments in one way or another, given how long classroom lawsuits usually take to move on. In fact, there is no guarantee that this will be brought to justice at all.
But Friday's complaint is the first time that the marketing images associated with the latest premium iPhones ̵
Apple did not respond immediately to a request for comment.
The whole complaint is embedded below: