Australian Competition and Consumer Commission to take Apple to Federal Court

Australian Competition and Consumer Commission to take Apple to Federal Court

Australian Competition and Consumer Commission to take Apple to Federal Court

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) is taking Apple to the Federal Court over claims related to the United States tech giant’s rejection to look at faulty devices before now repaired in another place.

The competition watchdog says Apple misinformed customers about their warranty privileges by regularly rejecting to look at devices before now fixed by a 3rd party even when the reparation commonly a fractured screen – was not correlated to the fault.

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) chairman Rod Sims said in a statement that customer guarantee rights under the Australian Consumer Law be present independently of any company’s guarantee and are not extinguished just because a customer has things mended by a 3rd party.

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