This Alert Affects: Anyone who had or has an iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus with Error 53
Apple ERROR 53 on iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, leaves the smartphone at a completely non-functioning state.
The error affects iPhone 6 and 6 Plus models when being repaired at third-party repair service centres, but not that of Apple.
The iPhone detects if any new parts have been installed on the phone and when you upgrade it to iOS 9, error 53 occurs, preventing the phone from functioning.
According to a research, users cannot recover data once the error hits the device.
iPhone owners believe that Apple could be doing this intentionally, while forcing users to avail of its repair service, which costs way more than what third-party charges.
You are part of the class action if you have or had an iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus with Error 53.
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This Alert Affects: All consumers who bought an Apple smartphone or tablet
iPhone memory capacity: class action against Apple
Class action against Apple iPhone for the discrepancy between the stated memory space of their smartphones and tablets and the actual facts, with memory capacity shown by tests in laboratory to be up to 40% less than declared.
A deceptive commercial practice by Apple, which affected the choices of consumers who opted for devices which actually did not possess the technical features advertised.
Consumers bought mobiles or tablets thinking, for instance, that they had 16 GB of available memory, but on first starting the device they would find out they had 40% less than that.
Less memory means fewer apps they could install, fewer photos or videos they could store, harder, if at all possible, operating system updates.
The effective memory capacity should be clearly stated.
Example: Instead of 16GB would be 12GB or 32GB would be 26GB…
How can I participate?
We invite all consumers who bought an iPhone mobile or tablet to join our case for free to start a class action and get their compensation.
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