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Apple is getting sued for manufacturing phones knowingly that this design has a flaw and can make the touch useless. This flaw causes the phone’s touch screen “froze” making the phone useless.
A Class-action lawsuit filed on Saturday, Apple has been refusing to fix the phones which are affected by the design flaw which causes a flickering, And a gray bar appears on the top of the screen and then the touch stop responding making the phone useless.
According to a complaint filed in federal court in San Jose, California, “The iPhones are not fit for the purpose of use as smartphones because of the touchscreen defect”.
In the plaintiff’s lawsuits, these are the people Todd Cleary of California, Jun Bai of Delaware and Thomas Davidson of Pennsylvania who are accusing Apple for violating California consumer protection laws and for fraud.
By online iFixit described the problems causing with the iPhone 6 touchscreens last week, They labeled this touch problem as “Touch Disease.” According to reports the company sells repair parts and also has analyzed other Apple products before too.
In the first nine months of its current fiscal year, Apple, based in Cupertino, California. Apple sold over 166.4 million iPhones, making $108.5 billion of net sales.
A civil complaint contended “This action arises from Apple’s concealment of a material design defect that causes the touchscreens on the iPhones to become unresponsive and fail for their essential purpose as smartphones”.
Apple did not respond to an AFP request for comment, A complaint maintained. “The internet is replete with examples of blogs and other websites where consumers have complained of the exact same Touchscreen Defect within the iPhones”.
Apple is getting accused of lawsuits which are a litany of violations along with fraud and for breaching implied warranty And moves on to demand cash damages which are not specified with attorneys fees. Damages which are in the suit also include the court order of Apple have to repair or Replace the iPhone for this issues.