The latest Apple iPhone lawsuit is a Class action that accuses the company of deliberately slowing down older models of its iPhones. This lawsuit has been in the works for over a year now, and it is due to conclude on October 6, 2020. Apple has been paying out $500 million to settle the claims of iPhone owners who felt the company was responsible for the issue. But what is the cost of filing a claim? What are the rights of Class members under the settlement?
Class action lawsuit accuses Apple of deliberately slowing down older iPhones
A new class action lawsuit filed against Apple alleges the company deliberately slowed down older iPhones without telling users. The plaintiff, Stefan Bogdanovich, says he was not the one who requested the slowing down. Instead, he says, Apple intentionally slowed down his iPhone to force him to buy the latest model. Bodganovich is demanding damages payments from Apple for the damages caused by this practice and wants the company to stop it.
The company has agreed to pay up to $500 million to settle a class action lawsuit accusing it of intentionally slowing down older iPhones. Under the settlement agreement, Apple will pay $25 for every affected iPhone, which would total up to $500 million. The amount each affected user receives will depend on the number of claims, additional legal fees and other court-approved expenses. In addition, the settlement could be adjusted or withdrawn completely, depending on the number of users.
Class members have until October 6, 2020 to submit a claim
Apple has agreed to settle a $500 million lawsuit with iPhone users who believe that the new iOS updates have caused their phones to become unusable. While Apple denied any wrongdoing, they agreed to settle to avoid the high costs of legal action. If you think your phone is affected by a faulty update, you can still file a claim by going to this website.
The deadline for filing a claim has passed, but you have time to do so. The court has set a deadline of October 6 for those who are eligible to file claims. The amount each claimant receives will depend on how many other class members file claims. The total amount will increase or decrease depending on how many people file claims and the legal fees associated with submitting them. Currently, Apple has agreed to pay out $500 million to settle the lawsuit, but that amount could increase or decrease depending on the number of claims filed and the number of court-approved expenses.
Costs of filing a claim for an apple iphone lawsuit
You may be wondering what the costs of filing a claim for an Apple iPhone lawsuit will be. Well, in the end, they’re relatively cheap. It costs about $25 to file a claim, although the amount you get may vary depending on the number of claims filed. However, it will still be cheaper than you might think. The first step in the process is to find a lawyer and file a claim.
If you’ve been a victim of “battery-gate,” then you may be eligible for a $25 settlement. This lawsuit is a class action settlement that covers the different editions of iPhone 6 and 7. You can file a claim online and be reimbursed up to $25. All you need is your serial number (this can be found on your Apple receipt).
Class members’ rights under the settlement
There is one final step before the Settlement is approved: the judge must rule on whether or not the Settlement is fair, reasonable, and adequate. The judge will hold a final Approval Hearing on August 4, 2022. If the judge rules in favor of the Settlement, class members will not have any right to sue Apple or continue suing. They will lose their right to class payments and will no longer be eligible to file lawsuits against Apple.
Once the Court approves the Settlement, Class Members can still object to it. The difference is that you can object to the Settlement, but you cannot object to your exclusion. If the Court rejects the Settlement, you will not receive any of the payments you expect. If the court rejects the Settlement, you won’t receive a cent. If you’re one of those people, you can try to object to the Settlement. You can contact the Settlement Administrator by clicking here.