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US judge: iPhone cutout doesn’t bother anyone, problem is exaggerated

US judge: iPhone cutout doesn't bother anyone, problem is exaggerated
In the United States, a lawsuit has begun in which Apple is accused that it does not take into account the cutout of the screen when calculating the screen resolution in iPhone X, XS and XS Max.

On the first day of the hearing, the US federal judge stated that the significance of this problem is greatly exaggerated.

It seems that it doesn’t bother anyone in the US.

Judge Heywood Gilliam

The lawsuit also says that Apple does not take into account rounded corners when calculating permission. But this is not so. The company writes the diagonal of the display on the page with the characteristics of the iPhone without taking into account the rounded corners.

Plaintiffs Christian Sponchiado and Courtney Davis hope that they will be able to retrain the case into a nationwide class action, but the judge believes that they will not succeed. [The Verge]

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