Australia’s consumer watchdog has begun legal action against Apple over claims it refused to repair iPads and iPhones previously serviced by third parties. From a report on BBC: It alleges that Apple made “false, misleading, or deceptive representations” about consumers’ rights under Australian law. The case follows complaints that users were “routinely refused” repairs after an error disabled their devices. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) began an investigation after users complained about Apple’s so-called “error 53”, which disabled some users’ devices after they downloaded an update to their operating system.
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