Consumer watchdog took tech giant to court over complaints about repair and replacement

Apple has been slapped with a $9m fine by the federal court for making false or misleading claims to customers with faulty iPhones and iPads.

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission launched legal action in April 2017, claiming Apple had misled consumers about their warranty rights by routinely refusing to inspect or fix faulty devices without charge if they had been repaired by a third party.

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