Apple gets sued for delivering HD video to older Apple iPhone models

Apple has been sued in San Francisco by an attorney in Florida named Scott Weiselberg, who says that he was tricked into spending a $1 more to rent an HD version of "Big Daddy" even though his version of the Apple iPhone doesn't support HD movies; even though the first three versions of the Apple iPhone and Apple iPod touch do not support HD video, Apple made HD the default option when it launched iTunes 8.0 in 2010...
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20. Topcat488

Posts: 1411; Member since: Sep 29, 2012

I say sue Apple too... Apple is the father of the"Silly Suit"... Remember "Rounded Corners".

22. Newton

Posts: 14; Member since: Jul 05, 2013

Apple getting sued? You're doing it wrong. Usually its Apple who sues.

24. Planterz

Posts: 2120; Member since: Apr 30, 2012

If you buy a video (or whatever) on iTunes, you can watch it on any Apple device or computer you might have, right? So why shouldn't they offer a movie in HD just because you're buying it on an old iPhone? Maybe you've got a iPad 3 or 4, or a computer. Maybe you don't want to buy BOTH the regular AND the HD version. Or maybe you're an idiot, and you buy the HD version even though you have no HD devices. In which case, it's Apple's fault, and you file a lawsuit.

29. androidfanboy

Posts: 162; Member since: Jun 24, 2013

Apple is getting a taste of it's medicine haha

35. ZeroCide

Posts: 809; Member since: Jan 09, 2013

Apple needs more law suits against them. Come people lets all sue them.

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