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Brazil fines Apple $1.9M for not including charger in iPhone 12 box

Brazilian consumer protection regulator Procon-SP has fined Apple for selling the iPhone 12 in Brazil without the charger, months after the organization forced Apple to provide chargers sold in Sao Paolo.In December, Procon-SP declared Apple had to provide a charger to anyone who bought the iPhone 12 and requested it. On March 19, the regulator continued to attack Apple, fining the company for failing to adequately explain the charger’s exclusion.The fine of 10,546,442.48 real ($1.9 million) was accompanied by accusations that Apple misled in its advertising, and sold devices with factory defects, according to Tilt. Apple also allegedly failed to maintain fair terms of contract with consumers, and for not repairing devices under warranty. Read more…
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