If you owned an iPhone 4S that was purchased after September 1, 2012, and you experienced Wi-Fi problems with the device after the warranty expired, and you EITHER purchased a replacement from Apple as a result of the Wi-Fi issue, or you complained to Apple about the Wi-Fi issue, you could be included in this Class Action Settlement.

The Court authorized this notice. You are not being sued. This is not an ad.

A proposed settlement ("Settlement") has been reached in the class action lawsuit filed against Apple Inc. resolving claims that Apple sold iPhone 4S devices with defective Wi-Fi components that caused Wi-Fi to fail on certain devices, in violation of California’s Unfair Competition Law.

Apple denies all allegations and is entering into this Settlement to avoid burdensome and costly litigation. The Settlement is not an admission of wrongdoing.

Your legal rights are affected whether you act or don’t act. These rights and options – and the deadlines to exercise them – are explained in the notice. Read the notice carefully.

The notice summarizes the Settlement. Additional information regarding the Settlement is available through the Claims Administrator or Class Counsel, whose contact information is provided in the notice.

If the Court approves the Settlement, Apple will create a settlement fund, from which Apple will (1) refund customers whom Apple’s records show purchased a replacement iPhone 4S from Apple due to a Wi-Fi problem after the warranty expired, and (2) send a check for $23 to customers whom Apple's records show complained to Apple about a Wi-Fi problem with their iPhone 4S after the warranty expired. Your iPhone 4S device must have been purchased after September 1, 2012 in order for you to qualify for this Settlement.

Your Legal Rights and Options in this Settlement

Do Nothing

Participate in this Settlement. Receive benefit. Give up certain rights.
By doing nothing, you will automatically receive either (1) a refund of the price you paid to Apple for a replacement iPhone 4S, or (2) $23 if you complained about a Wi-Fi problem with your iPhone 4S but did not purchase a replacement device from Apple. You will be bound by this Settlement, and you will give up any rights to sue Apple separately about the claims resolved by the Settlement.

Ask to be Excluded by
July 11, 2019

Get no benefit from Settlement. Keep certain rights.
If you ask to be excluded, you will not receive money under the Settlement, but you will keep any right to sue Apple separately about the claims in this lawsuit, provided they are timely. Your request to exclude yourself must be postmarked by July 11, 2019.


Write to the Court why you don’t approve of the Settlement.
If you wish to object to the Settlement, you cannot exclude yourself from the Settlement. To object, you must either mail a written objection to the Settlement Administrator postmarked no later than July 11, 2019, or appear at the Fairness Hearing on October 18, 2019 to make an oral objection.