Four times in the last two weeks Apple has been hit with lawsuits related to the iPhone 3G’s speed – and each one appears to be almost identical to the other.
Apple Insider even goes so far as to call them “cookie cutter” lawsuits.
I have to say, I don’t understand this…if you don’t like your phone – TAKE IT BACK.
You can’t tell me Apple won’t take back a legitimately faulty device. I have seen them do it with my own two eyes more than once.
This kind of crap wastes the legal systems time and money – and I find it appalling.
I would completely understand if Apple had created a product that harmed people in some way, and was beyond defective to the point of irresponsible – I would be supportive of a lawsuit in that situation. What we’re talking about here, though, is a completely different animal.
This mess wastes time, money, and manpower that could be used for other, more important, things – IMHO.
Am I in the minority on this? Do you think these types of lawsuit serve any purpose that betters society, the companies being sued, or the people filing them?