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More IPhone 6 Problems For Apple

Date: Monday, January 5, 2015 8:49 AM EDT

The iPhone 6 has proven to be one of the most difficult product launches in Apple history. Shortly following the phone’s release, complaints started to come in about bending iPhones, operating system issues and more. Unfortunately, more bad news has started to surface; this time coming with legal action. In short, iPhone 6 customers who purchased the 16GB phone are upset because they say that the phone actually has less than 16GB of storage space. Today, we’ll take a look at the lawsuit that was filed, discuss whether or not the 16GB iPhone 6 is really a 16GB device, talk a bit about a previous lawsuit surrounding the same type of issue for Apple and the outcome of that suit, and finally we’ll discuss how investors seem to be reacting to the news and what we can expect in the near future.

Information About The iPhone 6 Lawsuit

On Tuesday, two Apple customers in Miami made the transition from customer to plaintiff as they filed a suit against the company in California’s courts with a goal to turn the case into a class action suit. The complaint is a relatively simple one; outlining that Apple falsely advertised the amount of storage space available in a 16GB iPhone. In their complaint, the Apple customers state that the operating system used to run the phone takes 3GB of storage away immediately; leading to a 19% reduction in storage space from the 16GB that has been advertised. The complaint also names Apple’s Cloud Storage service as a discrepancy that proves Apple knows about the issue. Here are a couple of quotes from the actual complaint that was filed…

“Apple’s misrepresentations and omissions are deceptive and misleading because they omit material facts that an average consumer would consider in deciding whether to purchase its products”

“Apple exploits the discrepancy between represented and available capacity for its own gain by offering to sell, and by selling, cloud storage capacity to purchasers whose internal storage capacity is at or near exhaustion.”

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