Guess like the rainy days aren’t going to be over for Apple anytime soon.
The Lawsuits and Complaints Made Their Way To Apple Headquarters. And Here’s Why:
In a shocking series of events, the mighty technology giant has been accused of fraudulence. Apparently, Apple and its ‘oh-so-expensive’ phone carried a big lie that has been unmasked by Plaintiffs.
iPhone X’s Screen Size Is Not What Apple Told You:
This will hurt like a lovers’ cheating confession, so buckle up iPhone lovers.
According to the recent lawsuit filed against the company, its recent flagship product; iPhone X, doesn’t carry the size and pixel count of its OLED displays. Which were featured in the iPhone X, iPhone XS, and iPhone XS Max model!
In other words, the company defrauded its customers. Frauded big time.
It has come to clearance that during the advertising of the iPhone X, the company lied about the screen size of its flagships smartphones. Not only did it lied about the screen size, but Apple also lied about the notch and corners of the phone as well.
The lawsuit based on 55-pages claimed that the tagline used by the company to sell its madly-expensive phone isn’t completely true.
For those of you who aren’t aware of the punchline, which is also the unique selling point of the luxurious phone, here is it.
The punchline was, ‘all screen,’ that actually depicts the massiveness of the smartphone’s screen. But according to the complaint Apple claimed to introduce a 5.8-inch screen but on measuring it was found out that the iPhone X, in fact, had a “5.6875-inch screen”.
Who’s Going To Pay Back The Customers?
I know what you readers must be thinking. That who on earth is going to pay those customers who went dripping to the stores at the smartphone’s launch. And sacrificed their good loads f money for the smartphone with the biggest screen of all time.
Well, to be honest, this isn’t the first time that these big names have ditched its users Whether its the big social media platforms and their breaching or its smartphones companies and its lies, users have been living as victims of knowing and unknowing breaching.
So let’s wait for the case to solve and see if the money’s coming back.
Also, I want to throw a little more details of the case before leaving. In case any Apple user isn’t hurt till yet.
*Whispers* the screen resolution is not 2436×1125 pixels, it’s lower.