Sunday, 24 August 2008

Apple faces 3G iPhone legal action

Jessica Alena Smith from Alabama is taking legal action against Apple, claiming the 3G iPhone doesn't offer the "twice as fast" network connection it advertised. She says the phone only uses 3G 25% of the time and has experienced an "inordinate amount of dropped calls." Ms Smith is hoping her complaint will become a 'class action', which will let others join the legal action. Apple issued a software update last week to improve the iPhone's 3G service. [Source:]

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