Apple lawsuit accuses them of & # 39; lying & # 39; about the screen sizes of iPhone X, XS and Max

They claim that Apple deliberately misled consumers through fake advertisements designed to cover up the X, XS and XS Max-notch, citing marketing images of the phones for a black background

Apple is under attack in a new lawsuit in which they are accused of misleading consumers about iPhone X, XS and Max screen formats in ads that are & # 39; notch & # 39; do not show

  • Two plaintiffs filed a lawsuit against Apple in the Northern District of California
  • They claim that Apple's marketing images mislead consumers by obscuring the notch
  • A complainant measured the screen of the iPhone X and said that it is a few centimeters smaller

A new trial accuses Apple of lying to consumers about the size of the screens on the iPhone X, XS and XS Max.

Two plaintiffs filed the lawsuit in the Northern District of California, deliberately misleading the consumer through false advertising meant to cover up the notch of X, XS and XS Max.

They quote the marketing images of Apple around the devices, which show the phones for a black background.

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They claim that Apple deliberately misled consumers through fake advertisements designed to cover up the X, XS and XS Max-notch, citing marketing images of the phones for a black background

They claim that Apple deliberately misled consumers through fake advertisements designed to cover up the X, XS and XS Max-notch, citing marketing images of the phones for a black background

As a result, the images seem to hide the notch or recess on the top of the phone – enough that one of the prosecutors said she did not know the iPhone. XS Max had a tooth at pre-order.

Christian Sponchiado and Courtney Davis filed the lawsuit on Friday and are looking for class action status, as well as compensation according to the complaint.

They say the images show that the phones do not & # 39; all have screens & # 39; are as Apple had advertised.

The prosecutors also claim that Apple lied about the screen size by including non-screen areas such as the notch and the corners in their dimensions, adding that the company also mislead consumers about the screen resolution of the device.

Images that mask hidden pixels on the screens of products are prominent on the suspect's website, as well as in the advertisements of sellers selling the products.

The prosecutors claim that Apple has lied about the screen size by including non-screen areas such as the notch and the corners in their dimensions. They also claim that Apple deceived consumers about the screen resolution of the device by lying about the screen size of the device

The prosecutors claim that Apple has lied about the screen size by including non-screen areas such as the notch and the corners in their dimensions. They also claim that Apple deceived consumers about the screen resolution of the device by lying about the screen size of the device

The prosecutors claim that Apple has lied about the screen size by including non-screen areas such as the notch and the corners in their dimensions. They also claim that Apple deceived consumers about the screen resolution of the device by lying about the screen size of the device

Christian Sponchiado and Courtney Davis have filed the trial on Friday. The prosecutors, who are looking for class action status, say that the images show that the phones do not & # 39; all screens & # 39; are like Apple says

Christian Sponchiado and Courtney Davis have filed the trial on Friday. The prosecutors, who are looking for class action status, say that the images show that the phones do not & # 39; all screens & # 39; are like Apple says

Christian Sponchiado and Courtney Davis have filed the trial on Friday. The prosecutors, who are looking for class action status, say that the images show that the phones do not & # 39; all screens & # 39; are like Apple says

& # 39; On these images was appealed by plaintiff DAVIS, who believed that the iPhone XS and XS Max would not be at the top of the phone. & # 39;

The prosecutor even measured the screen size of the iPhone X, saying that it comes to & # 39; only about 5.6875 inches & # 39; compared to the 5.8 inch by Apple.

& # 39; The display of the wrong size is based on pretending that the screen has no rounded corners, & # 39; sets the process.

Each corner cuts the diagonal dimension by about 1/16 inch. & # 39;

The 55-page legal case also includes a diagram showing that the iPhone X screen is advertised as 1125 pixels long, although it actually has 120 pixels less due to Apple saying the nick has pixels.

According to the complaint, Sponchiado bought a 256 gb iPhone X from an AT & T store in San Francisco in 2017, while Davis bought a 64 gb iPhone XS Max in September.

iPhone XR versus iPhone XS versus XS Max

Screen size:

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Processor:

Water resistance:

Battery life:

Fast charging:

Wireless charge:

3D touch screen:

Dual camera & # 39; s:

Optical zoom:

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colors:

iPhone XR

6.1-inch

LCD

A12 Bionic

IP67

Up to 15 hours

Yes

Yes

No

No

No

Yes

194 g (6.84 oz)

iOS 12

$ 749 (£ 749)

Yellow, white, coral, black, blue and product red

iPhone XS

5.8-inch

OLED

A12 Bionic

IP68

Until 12 o'clock

Yes

Yes

Yes

Dual 12MP Lens

Yes. 2x

Yes

177 g (6.24 oz)

iOS 12

$ 999 (£ 999)

Gold, Space Gray, Silver

iPhone XS Max

6.5-inch

OLED

A12 Bionic

IP68

Up to 13 hours

Yes

Yes

Yes

Dual 12MP Lens

Yes. 2x

Yes

208 g (7.34 oz)

iOS 12

$ 1099 (£ 1099)

Gold, Space Gray, Silver

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