Apple needs to pay for missing photos
- A British iPhone owner, Apple has successfully dragged to court after his repaired smartphone came back without photos and videos.
by our editorsThe 68-year-old Derek White spent his iPhone last December to an Apple Store in London with a request to make it. An employee of the Genius Bar took the phone in hand and moments later the phone went back to normal. Once home White has discovered that were his pictures and videos no longer on the device, including some from his honeymoon to the Seychelles.Apple did not address the request of the aggrieved customer to compensation. White then decided to go to court. Successfully. Last Monday, the court sentenced in London Apple to pay compensation of £ 1,200 (approximately € 1,700) plus £ 800 (approximately € 1,135) for costs incurred." I've done this for the common man. I want to tell everyone who has a problem with Apple: Let them not prescribe the class and you ignore ", tells Whiteto the British Standard.The move to the right is often a lengthy process. Users therefore do wiser to first make a good backup of all content, for they offer a unit for repair.