Consumer Law

Class-Action Lawsuit Alleges Apple Fails to Deliver Promised Cloud Storage Capacity

Apple failed to deliver the cloud storage capacity promised to consumers who made monthly iCloud subscription payments, a new class action lawsuit alleges.

Plaintiff Lisa Bodenburg claims Apple delivers 5GB less cloud storage than what is originally promised to iCloud+ subscribers since it allegedly deducts from the amount 5GB of free storage automatically given to all Apple device owners.

Bodenburg argues Apple iCloud subscribers were under the impression they were purchasing memory storage — sold in 50GB, 200GB or 2TB — that would be in addition to the original 5GB of free storage, rather than including it.

Read the source article at Top Class Actions

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