“A lawsuit filed against Apple and AT&T on November 4, 2008 charging misrepresentation of the 3G speed of the iPhone on AT&T’s network, has been amended with an additional charge. The new charge claims the iPhone develops hairline cracks in the housing,” Jim Dalrymple reports for Macworld.
“Filed in the United States District Court, Eastern District of New York, Avi Koschitzki claims in the amended charge that hairline cracks in the casing of the iPhone constitute unfair practices under the New York Deceptive Practices Act,” Dalrymple reports.
More in the full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Jennifer” for the heads up.]