When Apple launched their new iPad, the device was advertised as being 4G, even in countries where the device was not compatible with those countries 4G networks.
One of those countries was Australia, and the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) found that Apple’s advertising was misleading, Apple ended up offering anyone who had bought the new iPad a refund if they wanted one in Australia.
Now it looks like Apple is about to settle with the ACCC, as according to a recent report Apple has offered to pay a $2.25 million settlement although the settlement still needs final approval from an Australian court, on top of this Apple will have to pay the legal fees of the ACCC, which is apparently around $300,000.
Apple now offers two versions of the iPad, the iPad 2 and iPad 3, have a look at the difference between the iPad 2 and iPad 3.
Source The Next WebFiled Under: Apple, Technology News