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Butterfly keyboard issue cost Apple dearly!


One of the most important aspects of the United States that distinguishes it from other countries is the indisputable rule of law and the level of protection of consumers by the law. To date, hundreds of sample we have seen. However, if these are not enough for you, Apple’s The last compensation sentence he was sentenced to may change your mind.

by Apple in 2015 Immediately after the launch of the butterfly keyboard design, which was introduced and touted as an “excellent technology”, users started having problems and some users had to go to the service 3, 4 or even 5 times to solve this problem.

Butterfly keyboard issue cost Apple dearly!

This is the most disturbing American users organized in various states of the country to file a class action lawsuit against Apple. The interim decision of the case came out the other day and Apple was sentenced to pay 50 dollars to its users who applied to the service for this reason. However, if a user has applied to the service more than once for the same reason, then 395 dollar will receive compensation.

On the other hand, all of the attorney, court and other expenses incurred due to the lawsuit will be paid by Apple. Since the judge’s decision has not been approved yet, it is an interim decision, but the authorities state that the decision will definitely be approved. According to the calculations made, this Apple’a The cost will be around $50 million in compensation alone. It is stated that other expenses will correspond to almost 30% of this amount.

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