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A new Class Action Lawsuit has been Filed in Chicago regarding Apple's Powerbeats Pro Wireless Earbuds

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An Illinois resident by the name of Bartosz Grabowski has filed a 6-count Class Action against Apple in Chicago (Cook County) regarding their Powerbeats Pro wireless earbuds. The complaint filed with the court generally states that the earbuds are made with faulty materials and don't charge properly, rendering them useless.


The Plaintiff specifically stated in his complaint that "Despite Defendant's advertisements and assurances regarding the Powerbeats headphones' listening time, Defendant's charging case fails to consistently and adequately charge the Powerbeats Pro headphones due to a defect in its design and/or due to Defendant's use of substandard materials. As a result of this defect, the headphones cannot maintain a proper connection with the charging case and are thus unfit for their intended purpose."


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To review the complaint in its entirety, read the full Bartosz Grabowski v. Apple Inc Class Action Complaint here.  


Causes for Action


Count 1: Violations of Consumer Protection Laws

Count 2: Breach of Express Warranty

Count 3: Breach of Implied Warranty

Count 4: Violation of the Magnusson-Moss Warranty Act

Count 5: Common Law Fraud

Count 6: Unjust Enrichment


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