Customer accuses iPhone 3G for violating the California law

The iPhone 3G is facing the second class action over its reported shortcomings. A customer has filed a suit seeking class action status against Apple and AT&T in a San Diego state court.

San Diego-based law firm Hiden, Rott & Oertle, LLP, has filed the lawsuit against the company. Michael Rott, a partner with the law firm told the media,

“Apple violated [California law] by misrepresenting the actual speed and performance of its 8G and 16G models.”

The customer William Gillis purchased Apple’s flagship 16G iPhone in California for personal use. Despite advertisements touting the new phone’s ability to run on the 3G network, he found that the phone frequently regressed to the slower EDGE network.

Source: ABC News


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