“The company’s public letter, which acknowledged that ‘the formula we use to calculate how many bars of signal strength to display is totally wrong,’ forms the basis of plaintiff Daniel Donohue’s lawsuit… [which] seeks recompense for the effect the faulty signal calculation method ostensibly has on the iPhone’s resale value,” Claburn reports. “‘The value of an iPhone with a fatally flawed Signal Strength Meter is less than the value of the same iPhone without the flaw,’ the complaint states.”
Claburn remarks, “Evidently, it would be too much trouble to download the iOS update that fixed the erroneous signal strength formula.”
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MacDailyNews Take: We echo the causticity of Calburn’s final quoted sentence.