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Brazil penalizes Apple $2.4 million and forbids the sale of iPhones without charger


Apple has been banned from selling iPhones without a charger in Brazil and fined more than $2 million over the issue, the public authority said Tuesday, in the wake of blaming the US tech goliath for “prejudicial practices.”

In an authority notice, Brazilian specialists requested “the prompt suspension of the dissemination of iPhone brand cell phones, paying little mind to display or age, that are not joined by a battery charger.”

The Service of Equity and Public Security requested the California organization to pay a fine of 12.28 million reais (almost $2.4 million).

The action from the Branch of Buyer Security and Guard successfully disallows the offer of all iPhone 12 and 13 models.

Apple has been being scrutinized in Brazil since December for “the offer of a deficient item,” “oppression the purchaser” and “the exchange of liability to outsiders” by offering iPhone 12s and fresher renditions without chargers for electrical plugs, as per an authority explanation.

The organization has confronted fines from Brazilian state offices previously, yet “went to no lengths to limit the mischief and as of not long ago kept on selling the cell gadgets without chargers,” the assertion said.

As per Brazilian specialists, Apple affirms that the choice to bar chargers from iPhone deals comes from an “natural responsibility.”

However, not entirely settled “there is no successful showing of ecological insurance on Brazilian soil as a result” of Apple’s strategy, and blamed the organization for “purposeful biased rehearses against customers.”

“There is no legitimization for an activity which, in planning to lessen fossil fuel byproducts, prompts the presentation into the customer market of an item whose utilization relies upon the securing of another (item) which is likewise showcased by the organization,” the authority notice added.


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