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October 9, 2007

Suit Charges Apple Over Disabled iPhone

Timothy Smith filed a class action suit in California on Friday charging Apple with state antitrust violations over the disabling of unlocked iPhones.  Smith's lawyers specifically charge that the iPhone's exclusive contracts arrangement with AT&T violate the Cartwright Act.  This is all in addition to the suits over the significant price reduction for the phone, and the lack of ability to change the battery.

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