Below is the first part of an article by Jeff Gamet from macobserver.com. It reads…
Apple is facing a class action lawsuit alleging the company misled consumers with the release of iOS 7, and effectively made older iPhone models obsolete thanks to WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity issues. The suit claimed WiFi is disabled on many older iPhone after iOS 7 is installed, leaving several features unusable, and blocking the ability to install new OS updates.
The lawsuit focuses on an issue where the iPhone’s WiFi settings are greyed out and disabled so users can’t join wireless networks. Without WiFi, the plaintiffs say, they can’t perform iCloud backups or install software updates, and they’re forced to use their cell data plans when they should be able to connect to broadband networks instead, according to Patently Apple.
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