iPhone 3G customer ammends law suit against Apple

William Gillis, the 70-year-old man from San Diego who has recently filed a law suit against Apple regarding iPhone 3G’s performance, has now added civil conspiracy to his list of allegations.

He filed a 22-page complaint against Apple, and he alleges false advertisement for the iPhone 3G when an advert said the iPhone was “twice as fast for half the price”. Gillis, alleges his network speed is grindingly slow and that he has unreliable network performance.

His amended complaint which was provided by Wired.com now has the civil conspiracy clause, which states that AT&T and Apple have colluded and knowingly “oversold” the iPhone, which has then put strain on the 3G network. This is the second iPhone 3G customer who has filed a law suit against Apple.

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