Defective Electronics System
A $20 million settlement has been reached with Apple, Inc. in a class action that alleged that Apple sold certain models of its iPhone with defective power (sleep/wake) buttons. The complaint claimed that Apple sold the iPhone 4, 4S, and 5 to consumers even though it knew the power buttons were defective in violation of California state laws.
Consumers expect quality devices from Apple, Inc. The complaint for this class action bring suit against the company for a quality defect in its iPad and iPad Pro devices—a bright spot on the screen.
“Cadillac” has become synonymous with high quality or “with all the bells and whistles,” as in “Cadillac health care plan.” But the complaint for this class action alleges that General Motors equipped cars in its Cadillac lines with defective Cadillac User Experience (CUE) navigation and radio touch screen displays.
Google, LLC is putting aside $7.25 million to settle a class action claiming that there were defects in the original Pixel or Pixel XL smartphones. The complaint alleged that these defects could lead to the failure of the microphones or speakers.
Ford Motor Company has chosen to settle a class action about the MyFord Touch and MyLincoln Touch information and entertainment systems installed in many Ford and Lincoln vehicles. The complaint alleged that the systems are defective and do not work properly.
Ford Motor Company is settling a class action alleging that its MyFord and MyLincoln Touch software is defective and malfunctions.
Samsung phones and tablets with Pentile screens, says the complaint for this class action, do not have the resolution advertised. Resolution is measured in pixels and, the complaint claims, Samsung does not use true pixels but a more limited version of them, with two rather than three subpixels each.
This settlement resolves two separate cases, Zingerman v. Nissan North America, Inc., Case No. 1:14-cv-07835, and Rafofsky v. Nissan North America, Inc., Case No. 2:15-cv-01848-AB-MAN.