Apple is being sued over W-Fi defect from iPhone 5 and 5s users on AT&T’s network in United States.The defect caused the devices to use LTE data even when connected to a WiFi networks. The lawsuit alleges Apple. In 2012, Verizon and Apple issued a fix for the bug and affected customers would not be charged. Apple and AT&T never issued a fix nor acknowledge the defect. The defect seems to occur when user streamed high volumes of data for 10 to 20 minutes. It cause the CPU to sleep because the GPU will take over to process the video. When it happen, it cause the iPhone 5 and 5s to switch from streaming data via Wi-Fi to LTE.
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