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Samsung Galaxy S20 Phone Shattering Glass Class Action

One of the most prominent features of the Samsung Galaxy S20, S20 Ultra, and S20 FE phones is the camera, which offers multiple lenses. This class action brings suit against Samsung Electronics America, Inc., alleging that the camera module’s glass can shatter under normal use, rendering the camera unusable.  Read more

Shattered Glass on Samsung S20 Camera

Apple iPhones Poor Warranty Coverage for Water Damage Class Action

Apple, Inc. makes its iPhones with a certain amount of resistance to water. But the complaint for this class action alleges that the water protection is insufficient and that owners often find that splash or immersion incidents do not qualify for coverage because of small-print disclaimers.  Read more

An iPhone 7 Immersed in Water

Apple FaceTime Interference California Settlement

Apple, Inc. is settling a class action alleging that it allowed FaceTime to stop working on iPhone 4 and 4S models with earlier operating systems. The complaint claimed that Apple committed trespass to chattels when it allowed a security certificate to expire on April 16, 2014, which made FaceTime stop working unless the phone owner  Read more

Smartphone Screen with App Logos, Including FaceTime

Samsung Galaxy S4 Smartphone Speed California Settlement

Samsung Electronics America, Inc. is settling a class action alleging that it programmed certain Galaxy S4 smartphones to operate at higher-than-normal speeds when it detected certain “benchmarking” apps, thus deceiving consumers about speeds. According to the complaint, this violated California consumer protection laws.  Read more

Samsung S4 Galaxy Smartphone