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Australian Court fines Apple $6.7 million for ‘bricking’ iPhones

Apple has nabbed a case after the Australian country found a faulty from the company following a bricking production.The bricking from apple has raised sum amount of money which the company will soon get ride off by paying $6.7 million as Australian count that misdemeanor against the U.S electronic giant.



The fine was done immediately a regulator accused apple of using a software update to disable iPhones which had cracked screens fixed by third parties.Meanwhile,that has become the main reason Australian pull out action bouncing on apple as the news hits online.The commonly known in Austra. Australian Competitor and Consumer Commission ACCC has the advantage to question the company and has sued U.S company for bricking smarts devices like iPhone.

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The Australian court has examined and also understand that from the regulators favour where they said the U.S Apple company has fail and also breached the country's consumer law by letting about 278 customers to know they are not eligible for a remedy if their device had been repaired by a third party.

In a short statement from the ACCC commissioner sarah court detailing by saying “The mere fact that an iPhone or iPad had been repaired by someone other than Apple did not, and could not, result in the consumer guarantees ceasing to apply,”“Global companies must ensure their returns policies are compliant with the Australian Consumer Law, or they will face ACCC action,”

Well,seem that things are getting the right way now because as the apple spokeswoman believed that the company had a good and productive conversion  about the occurrence.ACCC also made it know that apple is working on those updates issue and will compensate those costumers who have fall a victim.

Apple is currently working for some triple on iPhone X Plus as the company has also promise to improve the user experience with a better charging and said the iPhone X Plus is coming with three lens.

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