Last week, we announced that Apple, one of the world's largest technology companies, is facing a class-action lawsuit in Quebec. Officially, the lawsuit claims terrible battery life and a violation of Quebec's Consumer Protection Act.\nTwo Quebeckers took legal action against the company last December due to what they perceived to be dishonest business practices and unnecessarily expensive and useless AppleCare insurance packages. Quebec's supreme court approved the lawsuit which is currently pending procedure.\nAs part of the lawsuit, affected Apple customers can receive a compensation package of up to $300. However as our colleagues at Narcity Quebec found out, customers could be in for a disappointment.\nThe lawsuit involves Quebec customers who have purchased Apple products with a rechargeable battery since Dec. 29, 2014 (iPhones, Apple Watches, iPads, iPods and MacBooks) and Quebeckers who have purchased AppleCare or AppleCare+ for their products since Dec. 20, 2015.\nCrucially, Apple is accused of violating Quebec's Consumer Protection Act. Lawyer Joey Zukran of LPC Avocats Inc., who is is leading the charge against Apple and their allegedly dishonest business practices, spoke with Narcity Quebec and offered more information about this ongoing lawsuit.\nView this post on Instagram Name three things you like in the picture.😎 Share it with your friends😇 - ⭐ Save the design ⭐ - - Follow 👉 @iphonevortex for more tech and iphone updates😇 . . Credit 👉 @theaestheticsiblings A post shared by iPhone📱 | Apple 🍎| Tech💻 (@iphonevortex) on Jun 29, 2019 at 6:12pm PDT\nIn regards to the action against the tech giant, Zukran says that customers who are affected are "automatically included if they meet the definition of groups. But people who would like to exclude themselves from this action have 30 days to do so."\nThe first group will represent all customers who have purchased Apple products with a rechargeable battery since December 29, 2014. The second group will involve clients who feel duped because of Apple's unclear details of AppleCare and AppleCare+ programs.\nREAD ALSO: The CAQ Government Is Touring Quebec To Actually Hear Out Anglophone Issues\nZukran goes on to say that the tech company has 30 days to appeal the lawsuit. Apple indeed disputes the lawsuit and can potentially appeal at any point during the next 30 days.\nShould they appeal, punitive compensation for their customers will still be an option. In that case, Apple might demand proof of purchase. A notice will be sent for more details.\nView this post on Instagram A best 3-in-1 wireless charger for your workspace 👌🏻 Aereo wireless charging pad from @uniqbetterbydesign ✔️ #ad A post shared by Technology Fresh (@technologyfresh) on Jul 24, 2019 at 9:27am PDT\nHe also says that if Apple doesn't appeal the lawsuit, notices will be sent to those who registered their grievances and "then we have to file a motion to institute proceedings and the court process will begin."\nView this post on Instagram I'm currently considering buying a clipcase for the iPad. I already have a few covers that protect the entire iPad, but I miss a simple case. What do you think of ArtWizz's ClipCase? is a purchase worthwhile? — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — Rate this picture 1-10 💪🏻 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — #apple #appleinc #appleproducts #applenerd #appletechnerd #applelove #ipad #ipadpro #ipadpro11 #techgeek #iphonexr #iphonexs #iphonexsmax #iphone #clipcase #artwizz #ios13 #productphotography #mrchain #photography #fotografie #technology #technologie #germany #dortmund #cupertino #california #love #maus A post shared by Robin Schellewald (@appletechnerd) on Jul 24, 2019 at 7:15am PDT\nWhen a decision is finally reached, MTL Blog will bring you all the details!\nTo register a grievance against a faulty Apple product, sign LPC Avocats Inc.'s official document (in French).\nApple has 30 days to reach a decision. Let's hope it's good news for the consumers.