Apple publicly maintained that there were no engineering issues with the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, but an internal review showed that engineering changes were necessary to prevent touch disease.
Apple says it makes the "most durable devices," but an iPhone 6 design flaw and the ensuing court proceeding shows you can legally expect it to last for just one year.
A judge will determine if Apple waited too long to address 'Touch Disease.'
"Apple should come clean, admit the manufacturing deficiency, and extend their warranty on this issue to 24 months."
Apple Store employees say the company's refurbishing process is often failing to correct pervasive touchscreen problems in the iPhone 6 Plus.
Nearly 10,000 people have asked to join the lawsuit. Apple has still said nothing.
Apple continues to pretend that the touchscreens of thousands of iPhone 6 Plus devices are spontaneously breaking due to an engineering flaw.
Thousands upon thousands of iPhone 6 Pluses are spontaneously breaking under normal use and are being replaced with devices that have the same design flaw.