California decide says Apple will face lawsuit over iMessage woes
Switching from iPhone to Android or one other cellular OS means you might encounter points receiving texts, and the difficulty goes to land Apple in courtroom. US District Courtroom Decide Lucy Koh ordered that the corporate face claims it did not disclose points that clients would face in the event that they switched from an iPhone to a different gadget. Plaintiff Adrienne Moore alleges that upon choosing the Galaxy S5 to switch an iPhone four, the change blocked the supply of “numerous” messages. Koh stated the case would transfer ahead, and Moore ought to get an opportunity to show whether or not or not the disruption violated California’s unfair competitors laws. For those who’ll recall, Apple introduced a device a couple of days in the past to assist people deactivate iMessage when switching to a non-iOS system — making certain texts from iPhone customers nonetheless come via.
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