AT&T Belongs In Suit Over IPhone's 3G Speed, Judge Says

Law360, San Francisco (January 25, 2013, 7:03 PM EST) -- A California state judge on Friday tossed a class action accusing Apple Inc. of falsely misleading consumers by claiming the iPhone 3G was twice as fast as an earlier iPhone model, saying the case can't proceed unless the plaintiffs add AT&T Inc. as a defendant.

Santa Clara Superior Court Judge James Kleinberg granted Apple's motion to dismiss, which argued that plaintiff Ingrid Van Zant's speed misrepresentation claims can't go forward unless AT&T joins the case because connection speeds could be a factor in the slow performance...
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