Apple sued for lying about screen size and pixel count in its iPhone X series

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Apple sued for lying about screen size and pixel count in its iPhone X series

Apple sued for falsely promoting size and decision of iPhone X, XS & XS Max

Two Apple customers on Friday collectively filed a lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the Northern Districting of California accusing Apple for making fraudulent claims relating to the screen sizes and pixel counts of the shows in its new iPhone X series (iPhone X, XS, and XS Max) smartphones.

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“The pixel deception is rooted in the misrepresentation of the Products’ screens, which do not use true screen pixels,” legislation workplaces of David A. Makman representing plaintiffs Christian Sponchiado and Courtney Davis wrote in the 55-page grievance.

“Defendant’s nominal screen pixel resolution counts misleadingly count false pixels as if they were true pixels. This is in contrast to every other iPhone — phones whose screens Defendant directly compares to the iPhone X screen in its effort to mislead consumers into believing that the iPhone X has more pixels (and better screen resolution) than it really does.”

The lawsuit additionally alleges that Apple made false claims about the true screen size of the iPhone X, which is marketed to be 5.eight inches however is “only about 5.6875 inches” when measured. Apparently, Apple pretended “that the screen does not have rounded corners” or a sensor cutout.

Further, iPhone X has a decrease screen decision versus the marketed screen decision of 2436×1125 pixels, says the lawsuit.

“Defendant’s marketing of its Products falsely inflates their screens’ supposed pixel counts, resolutions, and sizes to make the Products seem more appealing to consumers,” the grievance stated. “Defendant does so because screen resolution is an important factor to consumers when evaluating smartphones.”

Additionally, Apple has been accused of utilizing misleading advertising and marketing, particularly wallpapers to disguise notch on newer iPhones main potential clients to imagine the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max come with out notches.

“Images that disguise the missing pixels on the products’ screens are prominent on the Defendant’s website, as well as in the advertisements of retailers who sell the products. These images were relied on by Plaintiff DAVIS, who believed that the iPhone XS and XS Max would not have a notch at the top of the phone,” the grievance reads.

The plaintiffs are actually demanding class-action standing for the lawsuit, in addition to searching for damages for anybody collaborating in the category motion.

There is not any assure whether or not the lawsuit will make it to the court docket on condition that class-action lawsuits normally take years to progress. Apple has but to touch upon the difficulty.

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