Apple iPhone battery life lawsuit is dismissed without trial
The class-action lawsuit filed by Jose Trujillo against Apple back in July 2007, complaining that Apple didn’t explicitly mention that the iPhone’s battery would slowly die and need to be replaced after some time, has been dismissed by a US District Court judge.
District Court judge, Judge Matthew F. Kennelly, dismissed the lawsuit without going to trial stating Apple’s battery limited recharge cycle’s disclaimer of the Apple iPhone’s packaging may need to be replaced in the future.
Judge Matthew F. Kennelly wrote in his Sept. 23 opinion, quoting the iPhone packaging. “Under the circumstances, no reasonable jury could find that deception occurred.”
Source — Bloomberg