UPDATED: Apple and AT&T hit with first iPhone 4 class action lawsuit

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Giz got their hands We got our hands on an official court document that details the first (of we’re sure many) class action lawsuits that Apple and AT&T will be dealing with in regards to the iPhone 4. Some of the claims made in the Maryland based suit include:

  • General Negligence (APPLE and AT&T)
  • Defect in Design, Manufacture, and Assembly (APPLE)
  • Breach of Express Warranty (APPLE)
  • Breach of Implied Warranty for Merchantability (APPLE and AT&T)
  • Breach of Implied Warranty of Fitness for a Particular Purpose (APPLE and AT&T)
  • Deceptive Trade Practices (APPLE and AT&T)
  • Intentional Misrepresentation (APPLE and AT&T)
  • Negligent Misrepresentation (APPLE and AT&T), Fraud by Concealment (APPLE and AT&T)

Incase you’ve been living under a rock for the last week, Apple’s iPhone 4 has been accused of: antenna issues, screen issues, Exchange issues, proximity sensor issues, and several others. We’re sure Apple (and possibly AT&T) can expect to see another complaint filed in California soon.

UPDATE: So, apparently this kid needs to check his email after drinking coffee in the morning. The lawyer representing the two plaintiffs was nice enough to send us a full copy of the lawsuit — as your friends at BGR were cited several times in the document. Hit the jump to view/download the entire document.

ECF 1 Complaint

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