UK market abuse suit targets Apple for iPhone ‘throttling’ – TechCrunch

A class action style lawsuit is being launched against Apple in the UK seeking damages worth a total of £768 million (circa $935M). The representative action is being filed by consumer rights campaigner, Justin Gutmann, citing competition law — with the suit accusing the mobile maker of abusing its market dominance to engage in exploitative and unfair commercial practices when, per the claim, it misled iPhone users by applying a power management software update, first released in January 2017 in iOS 10.2.that throttled the performance of affected devices.

Link: UK market abuse suit targets Apple for iPhone ‘throttling’ – TechCrunch
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