Apple has been fined 900,000 Euros in Italy, around $1.2 million, for misleading product warranties by the Italian antitrust authority, who have said hat Apple had mislead consumers on guarantees for its products and also on assistance services.
“Sanctions of a total of 900,000 euros have been imposed on the Apple group after it was found responsible for bad commercial practices that harmed consumers,” the agency said in a statement.
The report also said that Apple had given ‘unclear information on payments for additional assistance offered to consumers’ and they had also not ‘fully implemented the two-year guarantee by the producer’.
Source AFP, Techmeme
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