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In Australia, Apple Fined $2.5 Million For '4G' Advertising Claims 154 154

Whiney Mac Fanboy writes "Apple has agreed to pay a $2.25 million (AUD) fine (along with 300k legal costs) to the Australian Competition & Consumer Commission for misleading advertising. Apple misrepresented their iPad product as being a '4G' device, when in fact they're only compatible with a very small percentage of 4G networks around the world. The Age online has the full story."
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In Australia, Apple Fined $2.5 Million For '4G' Advertising Claims

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