Class action certification denied in iPhone 6, 6 Plus “touch disease” case, aftermarket parts seized

The “right to repair” movement was dealt a blow on Tuesday when a federal court judge declined to certify a class in a lawsuit claiming Apple failed to disclose an alleged iPhone 6 and 6 Plus design defect that caused an issue known as “touch disease.” That same day, a prominent activist and repair professional who helped identify the problem, and subsequently testified in the class action, saw a batch of aftermarket iPhone screens seized. …περισσότερα

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