Judge allows class lawsuit accusing Apple of abusing AppleCare to proceed

Judge allows class lawsuit accusing Apple of abusing AppleCare to proceed

U.S. District Judge William H. Orrick has issued an order certifying a class of consumers against Apple in a class-action lawsuit accusing the tech company of issuing refurbished replacement products to consumers under its AppleCare and AppleCare+ protection plans, despite promises of “new or equivalent to new” replacements, according to Hagens Berman.

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Apple, Samsung sued after ‘Chicago Tribune’ report on radio-frequency emissions

Apple, Samsung sued after ‘Chicago Tribune’ report on radio-frequency emissions

Another day, another lawsuit. Apple and Samsung are targeted in a class action lawsuit after a Chicago Tribune investigation claimed that certain iPhone models and Galaxy S models produce radio-frequency emissions that exceed safety limits regulated by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).

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Apple wants another shot at ‘en banc’ hearing in its legal battle with VirnetX

Apple wants another shot at ‘en banc’ hearing in its legal battle with VirnetX

Apple has asked the Federal Circuit for another shot at requesting an “en banc” rehearing in a $439 million case, after the VirnetX patent claims it was found to infringe were invalidated last week in what the tech giant called an "extraordinary collision" of proceedings in the court and the patent office, reports Law360.

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Judge tosses lawsuit against Apple regarding the Spectre, Meltdown bugs

Judge tosses lawsuit against Apple regarding the Spectre, Meltdown bugs

A California federal judge has tossed out, for the second time, a proposed class action alleging fixes for a pair of security bugs slowed down the processing speed of Apple devices, finding the consumers still haven't shown they personally experienced the problems and nixing the suit for good, reports Law360.

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