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A federal court in California ruled that some misrepresentation claims against Apple can proceed in a proposed class action dispute alleging the company misled consumers about the capabilities of the iPhone XR. The plaintiffs claim Apple did not disclose the difference in antenna types between the iPhone XR and the iPhone XS and XS Max.

SAN FRANCISCO — A federal court in California advanced some misrepresentation claims against Apple in a proposed class action alleging the company misled consumers about the capabilities of the iPhone XR. The plaintiffs claim Apple did not disclose the difference in antenna types between the iPhone XR and the iPhone XS and XS Max. 

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