When a lawsuit is brought to court, millions of British customers are blown away by the iPhone and Samsung could get money back

When a lawsuit is brought to court, millions of British customers are blown away by the iPhone and Samsung could get money back

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  • These prices have been passed on to consumers of the Apple and Samsung products that use its chips, Which? says. Which? Chief executive Anabel Hoult said: “We believe smartphones are expensive enough and unlawful costs being passed on to millions of handset owners make prices even higher. Chard & Ilminster News: People who owned the relevant phones could get between £5 and £30 of compensation if the legal claim was successful (PA).

  • The first business-ready PC to fully utilise 5G Ultra Wideband connection is the Lenovo ThinkPad X13s. With an instant-on feature and a multi-day battery life, the Qualcomm® SnapdragonTM 8cx Gen 3 compute platform gives you a smartphone-like experience on your PC. This enables you to continue working uninterruptedly from nearly anywhere. The Verizon On Site 5G private network deployments are intended to be detected by and connected to using the X13s (with a future software update).

People who owned the relevant phones could get between £5 and £30 of compensation if the legal claim was successful (PA) “Which? brought this claim against Qualcomm on behalf of millions of affected UK consumers, as it would not have been realistic for people to seek damages from the company on an individual basis. “That’s why it’s so important that consumers can come together and claim the redress they are entitled to.”

If you bought one of these phones and were living in the UK on 17th May 2022, you’ll be automatically included. However, if you weren’t living in the UK on this date, then you could still apply to be included via a form on the Which? website here.

If the legal claim is successful, then smartphone users would be eligible for between £5 and £30 of compensation. The Metro reports that if you bought a new Apple or Samsung phone in the UK on October 1 2015 or later, you may be eligible for this legal action. It’s an ‘opt-out’ Collective Proceedings Order, meaning most eligible consumers won’t need to do anything to be part of the claim.

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