iPhone 4 Glassgate lawsuit may affect Apple and Pro Bowl score. Long at last a die-hard Apple user has lashed out at the company for knowingly uploading flawed iPhone 4 and iPhone 3GS. Report has surfaced that the California resident Donald LeBuhn has filed a lawsuit this week.
In it Donald has accused the corporate giant of unloading flawed devices. He has done so by citing personal experience with his own iPhone 4 and iPhone 3GS.
Donald discussed in detail the problem that he had with his iPhone 4. It is understood that he got upset after its glass broke three weeks after he bought the device. However, in no way could Apple be involved in it. His daughter was responsible as she dropped it three feet to the ground.
The incident completely left his shocked. It appears that this was not one off incident for him. Earlier too his iPhone 3GS, however, was apparently dropped. But it was able to survive a number of drops from similar heights. He makes it a point to mention that he has dropped every generation of iPhone from many different heights, and most of them have survived.
That is why when this one broke he smelled rat and wanted to find out the real reason behind it. At once he suspected that something must be wrong with it.
Interestingly, it was broken despite the fact that Apple has been advertising from time to time that the iPhone 4’s glass is “20 times stiffer and 30 times harder than plastic,” After this incident. Donald realized that something is terribly wrong with the device.
He has directly hold Apple responsible and said that the company that always talks about quality and other things is misleading consumers when selling the iPhone 4. In the complaint, he mentioned: “Months after selling millions of iPhone 4s, Apple has failed to warn and continues to sell this product with no warning to customers that the glass housing is defective.”
NFC Pro Bowl win:
NFF performed amazingly well to win over American Football conference. A report says, “A dominant first half performance helped the National Football Conference to a 55-41 Pro Bowl victory over the American Football Conference on Sunday. In the NFL’s All Star match, Atlanta Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan threw nine from 13 for 118 yards and two touchdowns and Minnesota’s Adrian Peterson had 14 carries for 80 yards, including one touchdown, as the NFC stormed to a 42-7 half-time lead at the Aloha Stadium in Honolulu, Hawaii”.