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First Class-Action Lawsuit Filed Related to iPhone
Friday, July 27th, 2007 at 5:15 PM - by
The first class-action lawsuit related to the iPhone has been filed by a plaintiff named Jose Trujillo against Apple and AT&T. Mr. Trujillo claims that he didn't know the iPhone's battery is a sealed unit, according to Gizmodo on Friday.
The plaintiff claims that the iPhone battery can only be charged 300 times before it needs replacement -- a claim that appears to be at odds with the technical information Apple has previously supplied.
Apple's statements about iPhone battery life and a battery replacement program, if required, were previously covered at iPO.
The key allegations and the text of the class-action suit were posted at Gizmodo which broke the story.
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