Apple hit with another faulty hardware lawsuit Apple has been hit by another lawsuit claiming faulty manufacturing, this time over its Apple Watch. Kenneth Sciacca from Colorado has sued the tech giant in its home state of California claiming that Apple was aware of an issue in all the generations of its smart watch that can cause its screen to crack or detach, through no fault of the owner. "Apple knew that the Watches were defective at or before the time it began selling them to the public," claims [PDF] Sciacca, who wants $5m from Apple and is looking for others to join the lawsuit. "Furthermore, consumers complained to Apple about the Defect almost immediately after Apple released the Series 0, Series 1, Series 2, and Series 3 Watches."

Apple hit with another faulty hardware lawsuit

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Apple has been hit by another lawsuit claiming faulty manufacturing, this time over its Apple Watch. Kenneth Sciacca from Colorado has sued the tech giant in its home state of California claiming that Apple was aware of an issue in all the generations of its smart watch that can cause its screen to crack or detach, through no fault of the owner. "Apple knew that the Watches were defective at or before the time it began selling them to the public," claims [PDF] Sciacca, who wants $5m from Apple and is looking for others to join the lawsuit. "Furthermore, consumers complained to Apple about the Defect almost immediately after Apple released the Series 0, Series 1, Series 2, and Series 3 Watches."

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