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Brazilian watchdog seizes iPhone models from retail stores due to charger controversy

15 days ago   |   By BGR

A few days before the release of the iPhone 14, the Brazilian Ministry of Justice ordered the suspension of iPhone sales in the country. The government understood that Apple not including the power adapter with the device was harming consumers. Apple appealed the decision and could keep selling iPhones as Justice still hasn't decided which part is correct.
With this blurry zone of Apple being able to sell iPhones, although it technically couldn't, the Federal District-base consumer protection regulator decided to seize iPhones from carriers and Apple Premium Resellers in operation called...
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Brazilian regulator seizes iPhones from retail stores as Apple fails to comply with charger requirement

Brazilian regulator seizes iPhones from retail stores as Apple fails to comply with charger requirement

15 days ago   |   By 9to5Mac

The Brazilian Ministry of Justice ordered in September the suspension of iPhone sales in the country after concluding that Apple harms consumers by not offering the power adapter included with the device. Even after million-dollar fines , Apple still fails to comply with the requirement - which has now led to the Federal District-based consumer protection regulator seizing iPhones from retail stores.
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