On March 28, 2014, San Francisco class action lawyers Keller Grover LLP and their co-counsel filed a class action complaint against Apple Inc. in California Superior Court alleging that Apple released iPhone operating system (iOS) updates which damaged the ability of many iPhone 4s users to connect to the internet via Wi-Fi and to connect to other devices via Bluetooth.
The complaint alleges that Apple was negligent and violated strict product liability laws, California’s Unfair Competition Law, and California’s False Advertising Law by sending out the iOS updates. Through the class action lawsuit, Keller Grover consumer lawyers seek to recover damages and restitution for each California resident who owns an iPhone 4s device that is no longer covered by warranty and that lost Wi-Fi and/or Bluetooth connectivity as a result of the iOS updates.
A copy of the complaint is available here.
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