Another day, another lawsuit. No, wait, it’s two. Apple is being sued over its dual-camera iPhone technology and its iTunes TV bundles.
As noted by AppleInsider, plaintiffs Yanbin Yu and Zhongxuan Zhang claim Apple's dual-camera solution is in infringement of an invention the pair developed in 1999. The two allege allege the iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone X, iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max infringe on the patent.
In the second lawsuit, as noted by The Hollywood Reporter, Apple is being sued for allegedly tricking iTunes customers into buying TV bundles by artificially inflating the episode count, according to a class action lawsuit filed Friday in California federal court.
Through the iTunes store, you can buy individual episodes, complete seasons or a season pass, which offers all current and future episodes for the season. This lawsuit targets the third option, and claims Apple is misrepresenting the number of episodes in the season pass by counting promotional clips.