Apple Lawsuit

Apple Knowingly Sold MacBooks with Defective Displays Says Judge

Judge Edward Davila has ruled that Apple kept selling the 2016 MacBook Pro despite knowing that the units' displays would fail, exhibiting the infamous 'stage light' issue due to the flex cables tethering the display to the notebook's lower half being prone to damage and not long enough — reports The Verge. “The court finds...

Court Overturns $234 Million Ruling Against Apple in University Patent Dispute

Apple was fined $234 million in a patent dispute with the University of Wisconsin-Madison back in 2015, which claimed that several iPhone and iPad processors used technology developed by the University.  Today, a federal appeals court has ruled in Apple’s favour saying that Apple didn’t infringe on one of the university’s patents thus overturning the prior ruling in the...

iPhone 6 Owners Sue Apple Over Unresponsive Touchscreens

According to a Reuters report, iPhone 6 and 6 Plus owners are suing Apple in a nationwide class-action lawsuit, alleging that a design defect causes the phones' touchscreens to become unresponsive, making them unusable. The lawsuit further alleges that Apple has long been aware of the defect which often surfaces after "a flickering gray bar appears atop the touchscreens"...

Designers Side with Apple Against Samsung in U.S. Supreme Court

A group of design industry professionals told the U.S. Supreme Court today that Apple deserved all the damages paid by Samsung for infringing patented designs of the iPhone, because the product's distinctive look drives people to purchase it, Reuters reports. Almost 100 designers and educators signed on to a new court brief supporting Apple, opposing a number of...

Apple Insists the U.S. Supreme Court to Rule Against Samsung

According to a Reuters report, Apple has asked the U.S. supreme court to issue a ruling against Samsung in a smartphone design patents case, clearing the way for the iPhone maker to secure hundreds of millions in damages from its South Korean rival. The two companies have been fighting over patents ever since Apple sued Samsung alleging infringement of...

Man Sues Apple for $10 Billion, Feels Confident About His Chances

Thomas Ross, a businessman from Miramar, Florida, has filed a $10 billion lawsuit against Apple claiming that the iPhone, iPad and iPod all infringe his 1992 invention of an Electronic Reading Device, or ERD. In an interview with The Guardian, Ross said that he feels very confident about his chances of winning. “I am just one person going up...

Apple Wins Lawsuit To Dismiss Siri Misrepresentation Claims

After two years, Apple won dismissal of the consumer lawsuit claiming that Siri’s voice-recognition feature does not work as advertised. The company had previously argued that the claims were too general when they filed a motion for dismissal back in 2012. On Friday, U.S. District Court Judge Claudia Wilken turned aside the claims, which were...