In an incident in February 2017, one person was killed in a fire allegedly caused by the iPad. The insurance company to which the person was killed was suing Apple.
Bradley Ireland was killed in a fire allegedly caused by the iPad in the United States. The deceased’s wife, Julia Ireland, filed a lawsuit against Apple earlier this year. In the case, it was claimed that the fire was caused by a defect in the tablet in question, particularly a defect affecting the battery of the tablet ”.
Now a union administration and institutions called Greater New York Joint Insurance Company have filed a similar charge against Apple. The two sued the technology giant on the grounds that they had intentionally and intentionally sold a dangerous and insecure product without proper warnings and/or design flaws.
The two companies are now asking Apple to cover all the damage caused by this fire. According to the claim, Apple, lithium-ion batteries and the use of these batteries in electronic devices have to know the risks.
The insurance company wants Apple to pay all of their expenses. The prosecution also asks Apple to cover interest, attorneys’ fees, and litigation costs.
As in previous Apple cases, the firm remains silent. It remains unclear if there will ever be any news from this case.