APPLE is being sued for “misleading” adverts that hide one of the iPhone’s most controversial features. The notch, which juts out into the top of the screen, is cleverly hidden on some Apple ads – which has been described as a “deception”. Last year’s iPhone X introduced a new “all screen” design, with almost all of the handset’s front being filled with display. The only exception is a small area at the top of the panel, which houses the selfie camera and Face ID facial recognition sensors. The notch proved controversial and was described as “ugly” by some. But the space-age look returned for this year’s iPhone XS. Now a 55-page lawsuit – first spotted by Business Insider – claims Apple misled customers over the notch, filed on behalf of plaintiffs Christian Sponchiado and Courtney Davis. The thrust of the argument is that Apple doesn’t provide accurate “pixel counts” for its phones. Pixels are the tiny dots of light on your phone’s display that make up an image. Generally speaking, more pixels means a higher quality image overall. Apple lists the iPhone X as having 2436 x 1125 pixels – but the lawsuit says this is a lie. It says… Read full this story
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