An Australian court has imposed a penalty of $9 million on Apple after it was found the company made false and misleading statements to some iPhone and iPad users in the country.

It all started last year when Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) received complaints from a large number of users about ‘error 53’ that effectively disabled their devices post an update.

Users complained Apple is denying them any of kind of solution, saying their devices have received unauthorized repairs.

“Those repairs could be as minor as just having a cracked screen replaced on an…

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