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South Korean Lawsuit over slowing iPhones that we covered last week, Confirmed by Reuters

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Last Thursday Patently Apple posted yet another class action report covering two lawsuits from the U.S. and one from South Korean filed by the "Citizens United for Consumer Sovereignty," on behalf of 120 Korean iPhone users regarding slowing iPhones.


Today Reuters catches up to that news with a quote from Park Soon-jang, an official at the advocacy group that told Reuters by phone today that "For the sake of its loyal fans, Apple has to take responsibility over the slowing iPhones."


The Seoul Central District Prosecutors' Office declined to comment when asked if it would launch an investigation into Apple following the complaint from the consumer group. More


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