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U.S. iPhone users have collectively sued Apple for bugs in Series A processors

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U.S. iPhone users have collectively sued Apple for bugs in Series A processors
Tencent Technologies News recently broke out two major loopholes in the global processor industry, namely "fuse" and "ghost", affecting all processor manufacturers. Intel also suffered nearly 10 consumer lawsuits. According to the latest news from foreign media, American iPhone users have also launched a class action against Apple, accusing it of designing a series A processor with security vulnerabilities. The plaintiff said that if these vulnerabilities were known, they would not buy an Apple phone at all, and Apple could not provide a satisfactory solution for consumers at present. This is another big legal dilemma Apple faces. At the end of the year, Apple broke out a speed-down scandal, and nearly 30 consumer lawsuits were filed in many countries around the world, demanding that Apple stop the speed-down and compensate consumers. According to AppleInsider, a US technology news website, the consumer class action was initiated by Wolf Haldenste, a law firm.
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