Ability to launch iTunes and one-click download of any musics and movies is one of the reasons why the iPhone and iPad have become so popular. However, according to a new statement of claim, Apple is deceiving users of its mobile devices, selling them HD-video in its online store.
A resident of San Francisco, Scott Vayzelberg Sues Apple because of the movie “Big Daddy”, which was sold in HD-quality for $ 5. According to an American, he is using the old model of iPhone smart phone that does not support video recording with the above resolution. The cost of SD-up with $ 1 lower than the version in high quality.
The statement of claim the plaintiff claims that the iPhone maker violates laws protecting the rights of consumers and should pay him and others affected by the charging of unreasonable fees, money spent. In documents filed with the court says that iTunes can determine the model of the gadget and the resolution of its display. However, the “for profit» Apple sells high-quality video.