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Apple To Pay Fines To Settle '4G' iPad Lawsuit

Apple will pony up $2 million U.S. to end an advertising dispute in Australia over the iPad "4G."

Australia Watchdog Group: Don’t Call It An iPad

Will Apple be forced to change the name of their latest tablet, the iPad Wi-Fi + 4G? We could soon find out.

AppAdvice’s Week In Review

Afraid you might have missed some important news this week in the world of iOS? No problem. Here are some of the more popular stories we covered during the past week. Enjoy!

Apple Offers Australian Customers Refunds On New iPad Purchases

Apple will provide full refunds to those customers in Australia that purchased the new iPad, but are unhappy they cannot access LTE/4G service in that country using the tablet. This move comes after a lawsuit was filed by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) against Apple over what it says are misleading advertising practices, according to CBS News.

In Australia, Apple In Hot Water Over ‘Misleading’ iPad Ads

Apple now faces a lawsuit in Australia over claims the new iPad works with 4G, which it does not Down Under. Should they be sued?