Apple hit with another iPhone 3G lawsuit

Apple has been hit with another lawsuit related to the iPhone 3G.  The suit claims, among other complaints, that the company has been aware of hairline cracks in the iPhone's casing.

"Although Apple was and is aware that the iPhones were and are defective, and that consumers have experienced repeated instances of cracked housing, Apple has nevertheless allowed the defectively designed iPhones to be sold to the public," the suit says.

The suit, which was filed in a New York District Court by Long Island resident Avi Koschitzki, also complains that the iPhone's connection to AT&T's HSPA 3G network is not what was advertised. Apple sought in mid-October to throw out a similar lawsuit from July that also made those claims.

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