Apple User Fights To Win Cert. In HD False Ad Suit

By Dorothy Atkins (July 20, 2018, 6:43 PM EDT) -- A California judge appeared unswayed Friday by an attorney who argued the judge should change his mind and certify a class of consumers who accuse Apple Inc. of "watering down" movies and shows that are advertised as high-definition, so they can be downloaded nearly instantaneously on Apple TV products.

During a hearing, counsel for lead plaintiff Darren Pedersen tried to convince Santa Clara Superior Court Judge Brian C. Walsh to rethink his June 19 order denying class certification in Pedersen's lawsuit, which accuses the tech giant of multiple fraudulent business practices related to its Apple TV 2.0 and 3.0 products.

The suit,...

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