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March 12, 2019
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Sprint calls AT&T’s ‘5G E’ branding ‘fake 5G’ in letter to consumers, promises own 5G network in 2019

Sprint in an open letter to consumers derides AT&T for its "5G Evolution" advertising push, saying accompanying "5G E" connectivity branding — soon to land on iPhone with iOS 12.2 — is a gambit designed to mislead consumers. AppleInsider – … Continue reading

April 29, 2018
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Fake U.S. Marshal steals an iPhone, Thailand ‘iPhone killers,’ and more from the Apple crime blotter

A change in sentence for Thailand’s "iPad killers," a court decision about Facebook logins, iPhone theft by ice cream vendors and more in this roundup of Apple-related crime reports AppleInsider – Frontpage News

February 3, 2018
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DOJ: Chinese counterfeiter pocketed over $1M smuggling fake iPhones & iPads into the US

The United States Department of Justice announced today that a Chinese national living in the United States has pleaded guilty for his role in smuggling and distributing counterfeit iPhones and iPads from China into the United Staes… more… 9to5Mac

December 25, 2015
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Apple Confirms 12-Inch MacBook Shown on ’60 Minutes’ as Fake ‘iPhone 7’ Video Surfaces

Apple has confirmed to Tech Insider that the notebook pictured behind Apple general counsel Bruce Sewell during the 60 Minutes special Inside Apple is the 12-inch MacBook released in April, debunking some users on Reddit and social media who speculated … Continue reading

October 15, 2015
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Bell faces $1.25M fine for posting fake reviews of its app in the App Store

Canadian telecommunications company Bell has been fined by Canada’s Competition Bureau today for posting deceptive reviews online. Bell has agreed to pay $ 1.25 million in fines to the organization. The investigation originally began when Bell acknowledged that its employees … Continue reading