Italy fines Apple $1.2 million for misleading warranty policy

By Matthew · 6 replies
Dec 27, 2011
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  1. Italy's Antitrust Authority has fined Apple €900,000 (some $1.2 million) today for misleading consumers. The country launched an investigation following complaints of "unfair commercial practices" related to product warranties.

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  2. These lawsuits that Apple seems to be in (and losing) will in no way affect them financially since their loyal fan base will always be there to buy the next overpriced product, thus supporting Apple's litigious cravings.
  3. suppose that's one way for Italy to alleviate their debt crisis.....que Greece next!!
  4. Ranger1st

    Ranger1st TS Evangelist Posts: 348   +124

    Apple is getting it's comeuppance.. and looks good on them. I doubt that it anything wil ever do this but I hope it serves to slap them down a few notches in the 'epic ego' dept. Arrogance is not a pretty business model.
  5. thunderising

    thunderising TS Rookie

    I wish it were 1.2 BILLION instead
  6. PinothyJ

    PinothyJ TS Guru Posts: 460   +22

    "Que" is a quizzical "what?" in Spanish while "queue" is most likely the word you are after…
  7. Steve Jobs once said he was never the law-abiding type, anyway. He wouldn't even buy license plates for his car!

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