A woman hailing from California, U.S.A., has filed a lawsuit against Apple for its deceptive marketing strategy of hiding the notch in advertisements displaying iPhone Xs and Xs Max.
Courtney Davis, a recident of California, has sued apple for misleading advertisements that make the iPhone Xs and Xs Max look like they don’t have a notch. The woman reportedly preordered iPhone Xs Max believing that it will not come with a notch as displayed in the advertisements. The complaint read, “Images that disguise the missing pixels on the Products’ screens are prominent on Defendant’s website, as well as in the advertisements of retailers who sell the products.”
Another complaint made by the woman was that Apple had displayed false pixel count on its website as the pixels in the rounded corners should not be counted.
The lawsuit claims damages from Apple though Apple has not yet responded to the complaint. You can read the entire complaint here.