Apple inc has been sued for lying about iPhone X notch in ads .Two people have filed a lawsuit against it in the US, accusing the company of misleading consumers about the iPhone X, iPhone XS, and iPhone XS Max’s display. They’re hoping to reach class-action status, but the brand will probably try to get the case dismissed before that.
Apple has been lying to customers about the size of the iPhone X. First of all, the firm claims the device is “all screen” in its marketing materials, but that’s clearly not the case thanks to the notch and thin bezels all around. Moreover, specific renders, wallpapers, and angles are being used in ads to disguise the cutout.
The screen size actually includes areas that the screen does not cover, including notches and corners. The size of the screen is marketed as being 5.8 inches, but if you really look into it you would find that the actual size of the screen is less than 5.7 inches. What’s more is that the pixel count is being disputed as well, a very serious accusation since Apple is widely known for advertising its pixel count and screen resolution in a pretty aggressive manner.